A Travelling Microscope is a laboratory instrument used to measure the dimensions of small objects with high precision. The Travelling Microscope typically consists of a fixed base with a vertical column, on which a horizontal carriage can slide along the column. The carriage holds a microscope that can be moved vertically and horizontally to focus on the object being measured.
Travelling Microscope-2 Motion refers to a specific type of travelling microscope that has two degrees of freedom of movement, allowing it to measure objects in two dimensions. The microscope can move horizontally along the carriage, allowing for measurements in the x-axis, and vertically along the vertical column, allowing for measurements in the y-axis.
To use the Travelling Microscope-2 Motion, the object being measured is placed on a flat surface beneath the microscope, and the microscope is adjusted until the object is in focus. The position of the microscope is then recorded, and the microscope is moved to a new position to measure another point on the object. The difference in position between the two measurements can be used to calculate the dimensions of the object being measured.
Travelling Microscope-2 Motion is commonly used in science and engineering laboratories for measurements that require high precision, such as in the manufacturing of small parts or the calibration of instruments. It is also used in educational settings to teach students about the principles of measurement and to allow them to perform their own experiments to measure the dimensions of small objects.