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2. 2 Laser GASP Components
3. 3 Operating Principles Light from a Laser Passes through a Polarizing Filter in the Input Head…
4. 4 Becoming Polarized and Entering the First (Entrance) Prism.
5. 5 Some of the Light that is Not Blocked or Scattered Enters the Glass and Propagates Parallel to the Surface.
6. 6 At a Critical Angle, Some of the Light Emerges from the Glass and Can Be Seen Through the Eyepiece.
7. 7 The GASP Measures on the Tin Side of Float Glass
8. 8 How to Use the UV Lamp to Detect the Tin Side
9. 9 Measuring on the Practice Sample
10. 10 Measuring on the Practice Sample
11. 11 Measuring on the Practice Sample
12. 12 Measuring on the Practice Sample
13. 13 Measuring on the Practice Sample
14. 14 Measuring on the Practice Sample
15. 15 Obtaining a Measurement on Your Glass
16. 16 Obtaining a Measurement on Your Glass
17. 17 Obtaining a Measurement on Your Glass
18. 18 Obtaining a Measurement on Your Glass
19. 19 Obtaining a Measurement on Your Glass
20. 20 Where and How Many Points to Measure
21. 21 Primary Mechanical Adjustments
22. 22 Primary Mechanical Adjustments
23. 23 Primary Mechanical Adjustments
24. 24 Primary Mechanical Adjustments
25. 25 Primary Mechanical Adjustments
26. 26 Troubleshooting
27. 27 SYMPTOM: Light source is on, but cannot obtain good image.
28. 28 SYMPTOM: Instrument does not appear to be measure correctly.
29. 29 SYMPTOM: Power switch is on, but laser is not.
30. 30 Using the Cal-Plate to Verify Measurement Accuracy
31. 31 Thank you for Choosing Strainoptics