Adapters as interface between different thread types

Posted on July 18, 2011

CONTM

Plastic container for Mitutoyo style objectives with 26 mm x 36 tpi thread

CAD

12

 

or $

12

 

Container is intended for objectives with 26 mm (36 tpi) thread and 95 mm parfocal distance. Also makes stowing away Meiji Techno Darkfield objectives less messy.
It will fit objectives with up to 85 mm body length, not including the threaded area. So High Resolution objectives or anything with less than 10 mm WD and 95 mm parfocal length will not fit.
Container does not fit in small flatrate box without creating some bulging, shipping option unavailable for this product!
Please contact us for better pricing if you need more than 10 units.
Only 1 cap is included, 2nd cap in picture shown for illustration only!

 

$

12

9

8

AUD

12

Rs545

 

 

 

CAD

12

Exchange rates for prices in Euro, GBP, AUD, Rs, CAD were valid on posting date, will be adjusted to invoice date if necessary.

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