Model 1940 Micro Manipulator with Digital Display Console is our most advanced Micro Manipulator featuring 3 axis, 1 micron resolution linear glass scales with digital display console.
Vertical and lateral travel is 128 mm. A/P course adjustment is accomplished by moving the manipulator base along the stereotaxic A/P bar
and clamping at the desired position. The fine adjustment is controlled by the A/P control knob.
The precision machined tool holder block allows you to attach any stereotaxic alignment tool and maintain exact common vertical centerline position tool-to-tool. This feature will assist in reducing surgical time, increase hit rates as well as greatly reduce potential time consuming errors.
Model 1950 Off-Plane Insertion Tool is designed for angular presentations, offering two additional axes of manipulation when used in combination with a Kopf 1900 series micro manipulator.
Coronal Angle – 0-45° Dorsal Angle – ±90°
Z2 Axial movement – 25 mm
Linear movement minimum division – .010 mm
Coronal Angle minimum division – 1.0°
The coronal arch (A-axis) has repeatable pin index positions every 5°. A large knurled locking screw provides locking at subsequent positions anywhere along the arch. The coronal arch may be rotated about the vertical axis ±90° with repeatable pin index positions every 15° to create the compound angles of both coronal and dorsal presentations.
The sterotaxic holder is advanced via the axial slide “Z2”. The “Z2” slide is a precision dovetail slide with calibrated dial. Dial is calibrated in .010 mm increments with .50 mm per revolution.
Unit does not include stereotaxic holders.
(See catalog pgs. 52–54 for a variety of sterotaxic holders that can be modified for use with Model 1950 Off-Plane Insertion Tool).