Compare Model Drawings, CAD & Specs Availability Price
Support Rod, Microlock Breadboard, 5 in. Height, 1.56 in. Diameter, 1/4-20
$126
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Support Rod, Microlock Breadboard, 10 in. Height, 1.56 in. Diameter, 1/4-20
$128
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Support Rod, Microlock Breadboard, 15 in. Height, 1.56 in. Diameter, 1/4-20
$144
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Support Rod, Microlock Breadboard, 20 in. Height, 1.56 in. Diameter, 1/4-20
$157
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Support Rod, Microlock Breadboard, 127 mm Height, 39.7 mm Diameter, M6
$126
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Support Rod, Microlock Breadboard, 254 mm Height, 39.7 mm Diameter, M6
$128
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In Stock
Support Rod, Microlock Breadboard, 381 mm Height, 39.7 mm Diameter, M6
$144
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In Stock
Support Rod, Microlock Breadboard, 508 mm Height, 39.7 mm Diameter, M6
$157
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In Stock

Specifications

  • Type
    Optical Breadboard Support Post
  • Diameter
    1.56 in. (39.7 mm)

Features

Support Heavy Optical Breadboard Assemblies

Breadboard support posts allow heavy optical breadboard systems to be safely supported above a flat surface or optical table. The robust stainless steel supports are specifically designed to support heavy breadboard assemblies. Optical breadboards provide a portable platform with a mounting hole grid for building stand-alone optical assemblies or for extending the mounting area available on an optical table.  Newport optical breadboards range from economic Solid Aluminum Breadboard Plates all the way to the top-of-the-line Precision Grade Optical Breadboards. 

Compatible with Microlock Tiedowns

Microlock Tiedowns, optional on breadboards, are a unique Newport innovation that provide versatile and positive attachment of the breadboard directly to a table, XP Series Support Posts, or any other object with 1/4 -20 (M6) threaded holes. The Microlocks provide a vertical adjustment range of at least 1 in. (25 mm), positive locking of the height, and solid attachment to the primary structure of the board for optimum stability. Repositioning the Microlocks and/or adding more to a breadboard can be handled at the time of the breadboard order.