View Full Version : Alignment Problem: How to align a plane mirror at an desired angle of incidence?

21-Dec-2009, 22:20

I have a train of plane mirrors which will be used to relay a laser beam in a folded path. For that the mirrors has to be aligned at an incidence angle of 45 degree - means each mirror will be perpendicularly aligned to each other one after another.

The one way to achieve this alignment is by using the autocollimator with an specially designed prism window. For this method see this link: <http://www.techbriefs.com/component/content/article/2963>

Can there be any other way more sophsticated to achieve alignment with micro radian accuracy? Can anybody help me out? Thanks in advance.


22-Dec-2009, 22:17
Any solutions for this problem....

Greg Blank
22-Dec-2009, 23:09
Yes there are, none of them are free.

Please Go back to school and study your math a bit better.

Any solutions for this problem....