Honeycomb Breadboards

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Extreme Light Weight – Non Magnetic

Non magnetic breadboards are used where the Optical experiment setups to be built are sensitive to magnetic properties of breadboard construction materials. These special breadboards are constructed of 304 grade stainless steel on top and aluminium on bottom part. This alloy of steel contains less iron than typical stainless steel, which reduces its ferromagnetic properties. The honeycomb structure is constructed from aluminium.

Extreme Light Weight

Extreme light weight breadboards are available in various sizes. These models are only 30mm thick. It has honeycomb core made of aluminium to reduce weight. These breadboards are perfect for optical systems where mobility is more important than high level of rigidity and damping.

Light Weight – Non Magnetic

Non magnetic breadboards are used where the Optical experiment setups to be built are sensitive to magnetic properties of breadboard construction materials. These special breadboards are constructed of 304 grade stainless steel on top and aluminium on bottom part. This alloy of steel contains less iron than typical stainless steel, which reduces its ferromagnetic properties. The honeycomb structure is constructed from aluminium.

Light Weight

Light weight breadboards are constructed using 3mm thick ferromagnetic stainless steel sheet as top skin and 2mm thick aluminium sheet as bottom skin. It has honeycomb core made of aluminium to reduce weight. These light weight breadboards exhibit high natural frequency and nominal broadband damping.

We also manufacture non-magnetic version of these breadboards. In these breadboards top skin and bottom skin are made of nonmagnetic materials.

Tabletop – Non Magnetic

Honeycomb non magnetic tabletops are used where the Optical experiment setups to be built on top of the tabletops are sensitive to magnetism. These special tabletops are constructed of 304 grade stainless steel on top and bottom part. This alloy of steel contains less iron than typical stainless steel, which reduces its ferromagnetic properties. The honeycomb structure is constructed from aluminium.

Tabletop

Honeycomb tabletops from Holmarc provide rigid and stable optical working surfaces with the convenience of tapped holes at 25mm grid for mounting components and modules. Honeycomb core made of 0.25mm thick aluminium sheet. Though compressed particle boards are used as side walls in most cases due to its vibration damping properties, Holmarc can also provide tabletops with steel and aluminium side walls. Semi-solid epoxy is used to construct the honeycomb core as well as to bind top and bottom skins to the core. This special epoxy binding absorbs low frequency vibrations to a certain extent and provide considerable damping even without the use of isolated supports.

Custom Design

Holmarc can quickly provide custom configurations for optical breadboards and platforms to suit your application and environment. Many of our breadboards are built to fulfill a specific purpose and have custom mounting hole patterns, through-holes and shapes. We will do our best to meet your performance level and budgetary needs. HOLMARC’s experienced support engineers will be glad to help you.

Standard – Non Magnetic

Non magnetic breadboards are used where the Optical experiment setups to be built on top of the Breaboards are sensitive to magnetism. These special breadboards are constructed of 304 grade stainless steel on top and bottom part. This alloy of steel contains less iron than typical stainless steel, which reduces its ferromagnetic properties. The honeycomb structure is constructed from aluminium.

Standard

Honeycomb breadboards from Holmarc use magnetic stainless steel (SS410 series) as top skin. Core of the breadboard is honeycomb structure made from aluminium. Thickness of these breadboards generally vary between 60 mm and 100 mm. Honeycomb breadboards can be placed on any working tables to quickly build optical working surfaces which will add the convenience of tapped holes grid in addition to the rigidity and stability of honeycomb structure. These can as well be used to build extra elevated working surfaces on optical tables. With suitable angle brackets and clamps, vertical working surfaces can also be created.