M4/M6(2 countersunk holes )
7075 aluminum alloy
M4/M6(4 countersunk holes )
7075 aluminum alloy
The aluminum breadboard is a non-magnetic material, which can be used as the bottom plate of the optical device, a cost-effective carrier platform for experiments and installation of small optical systems. The surface of the breadboard is blackened by anodic oxidation, which can reduce the surface light reflection; it is arranged in a 25mm*25mm array, and the threaded holes with a distance of 12.5mm from the edge penetrate the bottom, and components can be installed on either side.
▶The platform surface adopts matrix arrangement, and the standard of hole diameter is M4/M6 threaded hole;
▶The hole distance is 25mm*25mm, the thickness is 10.1mm, and the flatness is <0.1mm;
▶The countersunk mounting hole does not affect the threaded hole array at all, and the distance from the edge is 25mm;
▶The standard threaded hole array can be installed with various optomechanics, optical benches, etc.;
▶It is precision processed with 7075 solid aluminum alloy, which is light in weight, easy to move, and the plane is not easy to deform;
1.The surface of the breadboard has been anodized and blackened to minimize surface reflection, and the surface of the standard breadboard has been anodized and blackened to minimize the surface reflection, and has a standard 25mm*25mm threaded hole array. The distance from the edge of the breadboard is 12.5mm. For laboratories with limited space, these solid aluminum, non-magnetic aluminum breadboards are a convenient and cost-effective platform for assembling prototypes of optical devices, conducting experiments, and installing small subsystems.
2.Each breadboard has 2 or 4 countersunk mounting holes with offset and staggered threaded hole arrays, so that it will not affect the mounting surface of the customer's intended application. 2 or 4 standard mounting holes are located at the corners of the breadboard, away from the edge (25mm/50mm) or (12.5mm/12.5mm).
3.The breadboard is connected to various surfaces and mounts through mounting holes, including optical tables, other breadboards, mounting posts or brackets
Measurement error: Please allow a small measurement error.
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