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Kinemetical mirror tilting stage

Kinemetical mirror tilting stage

mechonics ag

81825-D München
        2/B Unnützstrasse

+49 89 42024207

+49 89 42024206

Kinemetical mirror tilting stage

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A kinematic mirror tilting stage is a precision mechanical device designed for the accurate adjustment and control of the angular orientation of a mirror or other optical component. These stages are commonly used in optical systems, including laser optics, interferometry, microscopy, and other applications where precise mirror positioning is critical. Here are the key features and characteristics of a kinematic mirror tilting stage: 1. Kinematic Mounting:
  • Kinematic stages use carefully designed contact points and constraints to hold and manipulate the mirror precisely. This minimizes mechanical stresses and ensures stable positioning.
2. Tilt Control:
  • The primary function of a kinematic mirror tilting stage is to control the tilt or angular orientation of the mirror. It allows for precise adjustments of the mirror's angle with respect to the optical path.
3. High Precision:
  • Kinematic stages offer high precision and repeatability, allowing for fine adjustments of the mirror's tilt angle. Angular resolutions down to sub-microradian or sub-arcsecond levels are achievable.
4. Stability:
  • Kinematic mirror tilting stages are designed for stability. They can maintain mirror positions reliably over time, even under varying environmental conditions.
5. Adjustability:
  • These stages enable precise and fine adjustments of the mirror's tilt angles, typically in multiple directions (pitch, yaw, and roll), to optimize the optical path.
6. Material and Construction:
  • Kinematic stages are often constructed from materials with low thermal expansion coefficients, such as stainless steel or aluminum, to minimize thermal drift.
7. Mounting Compatibility:
  • These stages come with standard interfaces, such as threaded holes or optical mounts, to attach to mirrors or other optical components.
8. Compact Size:
  • Kinematic mirror tilting stages are typically compact and designed for integration into optical setups with limited space.
9. Locking Mechanisms:
  • Many kinematic stages have locking mechanisms that secure the mirror in its desired position once adjustments are complete.
10. Fine Adjustment Mechanisms: - Some stages include micrometers, fine adjustment screws, or actuators that allow for controlled and precise angular positioning. 11. Applications: - Kinematic mirror tilting stages are used in various optical applications, including laser beam steering, interferometry, spectrometry, and scientific research. 12. Integration: - These stages can be integrated into larger optical systems or setups, providing flexibility in constructing complex optical systems

Angular adjustment 6deg (+-3deg) in two axes

With mirror adapter for mirrors larger than dia. 12.7mm

Free opening of 9mm


Kinemetical mirror tilting stage

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