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Mitutoyo America Corp. has announced the TM Microscope Series for
toolmakers, designed for measuring dimensions and angles of machined
metals. The device can also be used to check the shape of screws and gears
by attaching an optional reticle. A compact body allows for use on shop floors
with limited space. A C-mount camera can be connected to the eyepiece
through an adapter, turning the microscopes into video inspection systems.
Newly designed LED illuminators provide enhanced observation for high
accuracy and resolution.
Mad City Labs Inc.’s MCL-NSOM is a near-field scanning optical microscope (NSOM). The aperture NSOM is built on the company’s RM21 inverted
optical microscope, enabling conversion of the system to aperture-less NSOM,
atomic force microscopy and fluorescence optical microscopy. Six axes of
automated positioning are provided, including independent automation for fiber
alignment to the optical axis, and are controlled with LabVIE W-based software.
The system includes a fiber launch with excitation source, alignment camera
and detection avalanche photodiode, but can also accommodate user ancillary
excitation and detection optics.