For more than 30 years the optical measuring devices of MOELLER-WEDEL have been worldwide renowned for excellent quality.
In order to enhance the market position of MOELLER measuring devices, MOELLER-WEDEL OPTICAL GmbH was founded on Januar 1st, 2000, as a subsidiary of MOELLER-WEDEL GmbH Targeting exclusively industrial measuring technology MOELLER-WEDEL OPTICAL GmbH probably offers the largest range of visual and electronic autocollimators, providing an accuracy of up to 0.01 arc seconds, for measuring straightness, flatness, and positioning accuracy of index tables in the machine tool industry.
For the optical industry MOELLER-WEDEL OPTICAL GmbH offers interferometers for shape testing, goniometers, goniometer-spectrometers, visual and electronic autocollimators, collimators, testing telescopes, diopter telescopes, and measuring devices for single lenses (focal length), prism binoculars, cameras, and zoom lenses.
MOELLER-WEDEL OPTICAL ELCOMAT Autocollimators
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Dr. Keith Paulsen
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