Frequently Asked Questions

A goniometer is an instrument that measures an angle or allows an object to be precisely rotated to certain angular position.

Typically, goniometric stages are made of aluminum with or without black anodization, or stainless steel.

±10° of rotation is typical for most goniometer stages for scientific and industrial applications.

They can be interchangeable depending on the model and the manufacturer.

Most goniometric stages come with a locking mechanism which allows securing the angular position. Check the details in manufacturer's specifications before making your purchase.

Yes, goniometers can be stacked up. However, for best results it's recommended to stack goniometers from the same supplier.

Typical load capacity is in 1 to 3 kg range but it can be higher, depending on the model.

The price range in rather broad, from under $100 to over $2,000, depending on the material, stiffness, angular range, actuator resolution, backlash spec, load capacity and country of manufacture.

The table size of the TSMG Series Manual Goniometer is 65×65 mm.

The travel range of the TSMG Series Manual Goniometer is up to 10°.

The TSMG Series Manual Goniometer features a +/-10 degree angular adjustment range and a center height from 76 to 100 mm. It is made of black anodized aluminum material.

The TSMG Series Manual Goniometer is used in object and laser beam pointing control applications in fields such as material processing, spectroscopy, and tracking.

The naming rules for the TSMG Series Manual Goniometer are as follows: TSMG + Travel Range + Center Height + Dimension Position. For example, TSMG10-1W represents a goniometer with a travel range of ±10°, a center height of 100 mm, and a dimension position of bottom.

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