Question about Fisher Micromaster I Binocular Microscope
Hello, the stage on my Micromaster I compound microscope is loose. By simply touching, not turning the X or Y stage adjustments, I can cause the whole stage to shift along the y axis slightly. Is there something that can be tightened to prevent this?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The gear that runs along the stage is probably loose. It is held in place by three screws. If the gear is nots parrallel with the X/Y axis gear it will bind. My guess would be that it is the two outer ones that are loose, thereby creating a see-saw affect.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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