- Sliding holders
- Cross hole slider
- TR slider
- PA slider
- FA slider
- MY slider
- MX slider
- AX slider
- MZ stand
- Magnet type MZ stand
This is a slider that can add single axis, double axis or triple axis sliding functionality to a lens optical system. Its dovetail guide system and rack and pinion mechanism enable smooth movement, and swift focus and movement of the optical unit in X, Y, Z directions. The shaft mounting diameter is φ14, and the lens barrel insertion diameter is φ32.
Cross hole slider
20 mm sliding
This is a compact and lightweight slider that is ideal for mounting onto machinery or devices. The φ14 shaft mounting hole opens in both vertical and horizontal orientations, so that by inserting the shaft horizontally, the microscope can be set at an angle.
The distance from the center of theφ14 shaft mounting hole to the optical axis is 70 mm.
20 mm sliding
It has an articulated construction that allows 180° tilting and 360° rotation, so that the lens barrel can be freely set at whichever angle is required by the operating conditions. The FA-S stand, combined with a magnet, is very popular. It is ideal for mounting onto machinery or devices, and there is also a version for mounting onto bonding machines.
AX-A slider / AX slider
AX-A slider：60mm Sliding
AX slider：30 mm sliding
This slider allows the lens optical system to be inserted horizontally, and is capable of vertical movement.
It is ideal for mounting onto machinery or devices where space is limited.
AX-A slider is 60mm sliding.
AX slider is 30mm sliding.
*AX slider does not have stopper and scale.
X axis 70 mm, Y axis 60 mm, Z axis 60 mm sliding action
This is a stand-alone type three axis slider holder. Utilizing its dovetail guide characteristics, it can perform smooth sliding action even with long strokes, and is ideal for mounting on machinery or devices.
・Scale is attached to each of the X, Y and Z axis. (The scale of Z axis is attached to the Z surface.)
・Stopper is attached to each of the X, Y and Z axis. (Two stoppers are attached to the X axis.)