A wooden lens box is a laboratory tool used to store and protect lenses of various sizes and shapes. It consists of a wooden box with several compartments or slots that hold lenses securely in place.
To use a wooden lens box, the user selects the appropriate lens for the desired experiment or observation and removes it from the box. After use, the lens is cleaned and returned to its compartment in the box for safekeeping.
Wooden lens boxes are often used in physics, chemistry, and other scientific fields that require the use of lenses for observation or measurement. They provide a convenient and organized way to store and use lenses, ensuring their longevity and preventing damage or loss.