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E-Series Kinematic Optical Mirror Mounts

E-Series Kinematic Optical Mounts provide high value and essential features for applications including lab use, prototyping, and system integration

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Large Diameter Gimbal Optical Mounts

Large Diameter Gimbal Optical Mounts available from Edmund Optics are used to integrate large precision optical components, such as mirrors, into OEM and benchtop systems.

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Important Concepts for Selecting Optical Component Mounts

Edmund Optics offers a variety of kinematic, bar-type, translating, ring, and modular mounting components.

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Effects of Laser Mirror Surface Flatness

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What is a plate or "mirror-type" beamsplitter?

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What is the difference between a first-surface and a second-surface mirror?

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I’m using an English breadboard but will be switching to Metric soon, is there a way to adapt your TECHSPEC® Kinematic Mounts to both standards of posts and breadboard accessories?

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Introduction to the TECHSPEC Optical Cage System

Designed for modularity and flexibility, Edmund Optics' TECHSPEC Optical Cage System components are high precision alternatives to complex optical alignment systems.

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Cold Mirror

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Hot Mirror

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Lens Mounts

There are numerous mount types for connecting an imaging lens to a camera. Depending on the application, some mounts are more useful than others.

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SM Lens Tube Drop-In Mounts from Edmund Optics

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How do I mount a mirror to a mirror mount that doesn't have a clamp or retainer ring?

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Optical Prisms Review

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How do truncated optics eliminate the need for kinematic mounts?

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What is the difference between Rowland circle and polychromator mounts for gratings?

Understanding Rowland circle and polychromator mounts for diffraction gratings is important for selecting the proper concave grating for your application.

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Do your iris diaphragms have mounts for breadboard applications?

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Rapid Optical Prototyping

Quickly Respond to Collapsing Product Lifecycles

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Does the polarization of light change after reflecting off a mirror?

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You specified a first surface mirror but you seem to have sold me a second surface mirror. What happened?

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First Surface Mirror

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Optical Coherence Tomography

Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a noninvasive, high-resolution optical imaging technology that creates cross-sectional images from interference signals

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How to Build an Optical Isolator with Stock Components

Many laser applications are prone to specular reflections back into the source, causing overheating and decreased stability and lifetime.

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Optical Windows Review

Optical Windows provide protection between an optical system or sensitive electronics and an outside environment.

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Contrast, Optical

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Optical Fiber

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Optical Flat

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Optical Invariant

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What's It Like to Be an Optical Engineer

Join our Edmund Optics’ optical engineers to discover the exciting field of optics, including what optical engineers do and how optics shape the world

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What happens when an optical filter is tilted?

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