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ModeMaster PC User Manual

ModeMaster PC User Manual

…proper alignment with Near-Ir laser source. Scan Head alignment is not adequate. Utilize the Scan Head Flip Mirror and an IR viewing card to obtain adequate alignment. Place IR card close to laser source and adjust Scan Head alignment to reflect the beam on the card. Review "Alignment" (p. 1-11)…

ModeMaster PC User Manual

ModeMaster PC User Manual

…proper alignment with Near-Ir laser source. Scan Head alignment is not adequate. Utilize the Scan Head Flip Mirror and an IR viewing card to obtain adequate alignment. Place IR card close to laser source and adjust Scan Head alignment to reflect the beam on the card. Review "Alignment" (p. 1-11)…

ModeMaster PC User Manual

ModeMaster PC User Manual

…proper alignment with Near-Ir laser source. Scan Head alignment is not adequate. Utilize the Scan Head Flip Mirror and an IR viewing card to obtain adequate alignment. Place IR card close to laser source and adjust Scan Head alignment to reflect the beam on the card. Review "Alignment" (p. 1-11)…

ModeMaster PC User Manual

ModeMaster PC User Manual

Beam Propagation Theory 5 - 15 dot target indicators of the Home and Alignment screens then move in the same sense as the beam spot would when viewed on a card (when the scan head is at the standard 45° setting). For the X and Y data shown on the data screen to agree with the planes shown in Figure…

ModeMaster PC User Manual

ModeMaster PC User Manual

Beam Propagation Theory 5 - 15 dot target indicators of the Home and Alignment screens then move in the same sense as the beam spot would when viewed on a card (when the scan head is at the standard 45° setting). For the X and Y data shown on the data screen to agree with the planes shown in Figure…

ModeMaster PC User Manual

ModeMaster PC User Manual

Beam Propagation Theory 5 - 15 dot target indicators of the Home and Alignment screens then move in the same sense as the beam spot would when viewed on a card (when the scan head is at the standard 45° setting). For the X and Y data shown on the data screen to agree with the planes shown in Figure…

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