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Diatom best viewing goes by Interference Reflection Contrast ?

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Hi Randall, The 45deg BS does not introduce interference between the reflected components from the object on the stage and the illumination at the beamsplitter
merv.hobden@ntlworld.com
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4:35 AM

Re: New file uploaded to Microscope

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Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the Microscope group. File :
Microscope@yahoogroups.com
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8:18 PM

Nylon gear for Nikon Model S

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There are two approaches to 3D "CAD" ... One uses traditional drawing techniques to generate a wireframe model - these programs are complex and have a long,
Alysson deMerel
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Apr 28

Image of Surprised Young Woman at Microscope

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Hi Michael Yes, the irony of that choice of photo for the article subject amused me as well. The story goes deeper in that case as notice it is for the Open
triops56
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Apr 27

Image down the tube

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Thank you all for the kind suggestions. The adjustment seems to have worked. These small screws are difficult to work with. I never know how much force to
optotinker
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Apr 25

Need Help Identifying (Missing) Parts in a Vickers M14/2

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Thanks for all the great responses. It does look like a deep can of fun worms. Does the Vickers M14/2 use source-focused illumination (a.k.a. critical
optotinker
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Apr 20

Antique 170mm TL LEITZ objectives fully compatible to 160mm TL micro

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Thanks Greg, And thanks for maintaining your great resource. I have read that memo several times. Brad found a reference in the Dialux 20 operator's manual
rbuck
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Apr 20

Motorizing a stage: anyone tried it yet?

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The eccentric load problem depends on the mechanics of the focus mechanism.The fine focus on my M55 has virtually zero starting torque, and the belt to the
Alysson deMerel
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Apr 19

Reichert Biovar instructions

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Hello Kodillak! I happened to get a binocular Biovar very recently for a ridiculous price. The man who was selling it did not know anything about microscopes
rfaglin
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Apr 17

A Simple Method for Phase-Contrast Microscopy

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Or a chip of crystalline fluorite (CaF2) - softer than optical glass and marginally harder than non-crystalline MgF2. It still needs a fairly gentle touch
Alysson deMerel
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Apr 17

Digital eyepiece and high resolutions

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Hi Jeff, I agree, if the resolution of the camera and display is much greater than the optical resolution of the microscope system then it is all tech and $$
rbuck
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Apr 14

Can you help us ID these algae?

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Hi Maria, Sorry but I don't do facebook. Best, Randall _____ From: Microscope@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Microscope@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Tuesday, April 14, 2015
rbuck
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Apr 14

Inexpensive LED lamps for mirror microscopes?

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Glad you like my little blog Mike, just thought I'd let you know part 3 is up. I only managed to get through critical illumination, but I do run on don't I?!
jkillenbeck
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Apr 13

Making Phase Stops

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... G'Day Tony! Quite right. That is one way of doing it, similar to what David Walker did, click here
Dushan Grujich
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Apr 10

Vickers Patholux?

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Many thanks Lawrence. [Sorry, I replied to your eMail before reading your post.] I think we're in synch now. MichaelG.
michael.gilligan@btopenworld.com
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Apr 9
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