Abstract

This paper discusses problems of providing target performance indices of series-produced microscope objectives when they are being automatically assembled and during the monitoring of such aberrations as spherical aberration and coma. The results of computer modelling of an immersion microscope objective with an OSKh-100 “infinity” tube are presented, demonstrating the possibility of compensating the influence of primary process errors of the objective elements on the image quality of a point object by choosing the thickness of the distance ring and the relative rotation of the mounts inside the supporting base cylinder.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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