Abstract

This paper discusses a technology for fabricating compact scanning mirrors from magnesium alloys by polishing and diamond microturning. The use of magnesium alloys makes it possible to significantly reduce the mass of the mirrors.

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  2. Yu. K. Rebrin and V. I. Sidorov, Optical Deflectors (Tékhnika, Kiev, 1988).
  3. M. A. Okatov, Optical Technician's Handbook (Politekhnika, St. Petersburg, 2004).

Miroshnikov, M. M.

M. M. Miroshnikov, Theoretical Principles of Optoelectronic Devices (Mashinostroenie, Leningrad, 1982).

Okatov, M. A.

M. A. Okatov, Optical Technician's Handbook (Politekhnika, St. Petersburg, 2004).

Rebrin, Yu. K.

Yu. K. Rebrin and V. I. Sidorov, Optical Deflectors (Tékhnika, Kiev, 1988).

Sidorov, V. I.

Yu. K. Rebrin and V. I. Sidorov, Optical Deflectors (Tékhnika, Kiev, 1988).

Other (3)

M. M. Miroshnikov, Theoretical Principles of Optoelectronic Devices (Mashinostroenie, Leningrad, 1982).

Yu. K. Rebrin and V. I. Sidorov, Optical Deflectors (Tékhnika, Kiev, 1988).

M. A. Okatov, Optical Technician's Handbook (Politekhnika, St. Petersburg, 2004).

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