Optical bench with standardised profile, 1 m

LD 46032
Optical bench with standardised profile, 1 m
  8  Optical bench with standardised profile, 1 m

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Description

For use in demonstration experiments and in the laboratory, meeting the highest precision requirements. Triangular profile with base and adjustment screw for three-point support adjustment. The ends have bore holes for insertion of connecting elements for additional rails.

Technical data

  • Length: 100 cm
  • Graduation: mm and cm
  • Weight: 3.5 kg

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