Our stock products are being manufactured in our plants continuously in order to provide you a shortest lead time as possible.
In the following table you may find typical lead times. They may vary depending on quantity and raw material availability. Some products are having an interchangeable parts.
You will receive an accurate delvery date on your order confirmation after you ordered.
|Optomechanics||Average 2 - 5 weeks*|
|Optics||Average 2 - 5 weeks*|
|Motorized Stages||Average 3 - 6 weeks*|
|System||Average 3 – 6 weeks*|
*This is an average typical lead time. For more details, please ask to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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At this time pre-manufactured parts are already available for a quick assembly.
The typical lead times is estimated at 1 - 3 weeks after your order, depending on quantity.
You will receive an accurate delivery date on your order confirmation after you ordered.
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Square footprint of rotation stages with a clear aperture at the center. total stage thickness 10mm.
Can be installed in arbitrary orientations such as vertical or inverted due to superior stiffness inherent to the intergrated bearing way design.
◦Ideal for use in systems that require angular adjustment of high loads or that are constrained for space.
▶Low-profile X axis steel stage (TSDT) with stage thickness of 10mm is also available. (W7003)
▶Opposed clamp locking mechanism standard.
▶The part number suffix FP indicates products with fine-pitch screws instead of standard micrometers.
▶Fine Pitch screws have a screw pitch of 0.25mm and require a hex wrench or the optional hex wrench with knob (KCL) for adjustment.(W8008-3)
▶When installing on a vertical surface, please make sure to place the micrometer head pointing down so that gravity pulls in the same direction as the springs. If the springs oppose gravity, they may not be able to withstand the load and not be able to hold the stage against the micrometer.