Metallurgical Microscopes


Transmitted light microscopes shine light up through slide-mounted, translucent specimens from below. When you want to see surface features or specimens that are not translucent (such as minerals, ceramics, needles, catheters, integrated circuits, etc.) at high magnifications, you'll need an incident light (or metallurgical) compound microscope that shines light down through the objectives onto the surface of the specimen. Meiji Techno offers metallurgical microscopes for industrial and educational use based on an infinity optical system. The metallurgical microscopes offer a combination of incident and transmitted illumination in either brightfield only or brightfield & darkfield modes with FN20 or newer models with FN22 field sizes.


ML7500

The new MT7000 Series is an incident light, brightfield compound microscope, ideal for examination of surface features at high magnification and for high resolution photomicroscopy. MT Series are an all new design with all new and improved infinity corrected optics, auto voltage sensing power supplies, ceramic coated stages, DIN standard 30mm FN22 eyepieces and comfortable Siedentopf viewing heads. The MT7000 Series come with full Koehler 30W halogen illumination and an attachable mechanical stage with drop down controls.

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ML7500

The new MT7500 Series is an incident light only microscope that can be used to view specimens in either brightfield or darkfield illumination modes. Each model has a ceramic coated stage, full Koehler 50W halogen illumination and an attachable mechanical stage with drop down controls.

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ML8000

The new MT8000 Series can be used for a wide range of applications because it uses both incident and transmitted brightfield illumination. Each model has a ceramic coated stage, full Koehler 30W halogen illumination and an attachable mechanical stage with drop down controls.

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ML7500

The new MT8500 Series has the same incident/transmitted illumination system as the MT8000 Series but with 30W halogen transmitted illumination and 50W Incident illumination. It is also capable of both brightfield and darkfield observation.

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The IM7000 Series Inverted Metallograph can be used for a wide range of metallurgical applications because it uses incident brightfield epi-illumination. Each model has 30mm FN22 eyepieces, integrated front camera port, all new and improved infinity corrected optics, full Koehler 30W halogen illumination and a mechanical stage with with drop down controls. A second camera port can be added with a trinocular head.

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