A lab Co-Axial microscope, also known as a Co-Axial illumination microscope, is a type of microscope that uses a unique optical system to provide clear, high-contrast images of specimens.
In a Co-Axial microscope, the light source and objective lens are aligned in the same optical axis, which helps to eliminate shadows and reflections that can obscure the image. This results in a clear and bright image that is ideal for examining transparent or translucent specimens such as cells or tissues.
The Co-Axial microscope is commonly used in biological and medical research, as well as in industrial applications such as semiconductor inspection and quality control. Its advanced optical design and precise focusing capabilities make it a valuable tool for a wide range of scientific and technical fields.