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Alignment Telescopes

An alignment telescope is an optical tooling instrument consisting of an objective lens, a focusing lens, an optical micrometer, a reticle and an eyepiece. Alignment telescopes project a precise line of sight to which a number of targets at varying distances may be aligned accurately.

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Vermont Photonics Technologies Corp.
Vermont Photonics Technologies Corp. - Dummerston, VT
US distributor for Moeller-Wedel Optical GmbH. Optical test, metrology, and quality control equipment: ELCOMAT electronic autocollimators, GONIOMAT electronic goniometers, custom electronic autocollimators, visual autocollimators, collimators, alignment telescopes, dioptometers, spherometers, focometers, interferometers, and refractometers.
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AOM - Arizona Optical Metrology
AOM - Arizona Optical Metrology - Tucson, AZ
Provides measurement solutions for optical surfaces and systems. Custom metrology for measuring surface figure error, precision alignment, and transmitted wavefront error. Products include computer-generated holograms (CGHs) for interferometric measurement of aspheric and freeform surfaces, mechanics, and accessories for enabling CGH measurements.
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Hofbauer Optik Mess- & Prueftechnik - Munich, Germany
Jewell Instruments LLC - Manchester, NH
Lumetrics - Rochester, NY
Moeller-Wedel Optical GmbH - Wedel, Germany
Spectrum Metrology Ltd. - Leicester, United Kingdom
Taylor Hobson Ltd. - Leicester, United Kingdom
Taylor Hobson US, Ultra Precision Technologies - Warrenville, IL
Glossary
  • alignment telescope An optical tooling instrument consisting of an objective lens, a focusing lens, an optical micrometer, a reticle and an eyepiece. The alignment telescope projects a precise line of sight to which a number of targets at varying distances may be...
  • telescope An afocal optical device made up of lenses or mirrors, usually with a magnification greater than unity, that renders distant objects more distinct, by enlarging their images on the retina.
  • line of sight The line of vision; the optical axis of a telescope or other observation system. The straight line connecting the object and the objective lens of the viewing device.
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