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Automated microscope stage literature review
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- Open Lab Tools - U. of Cambridge - created open source microscope prototype that cost around US$800, whereas conventional microscopes cost between US$15,000 and US$80,000 
Automated Microscope Stage Compare Spec Sheet
|MS-9400 XY Automated Stage||NA||Travel range of 9″ by 4″ (225 x 100 mm), designed to scan eight 25 x 75 mm slides at a time with high resolution, and highly repeatable, means of controlling the X and Y position of the microscope stage. Uses closed-loop DC servomotors employing high-resolution rotary encoders for positioning feedback. Optional linear encoders improve repeatability to less than 300 nm (typical) compared to the standard 700 nm rms rating, and improve resolution to 50 nm.||225mm x 100mm||Max: 7mm/s||<700nm||100nm||Applied Scientific Instrumentation|
|The H101A Proscan||NA||Adaptable to virtually any microscope or optical system. Increases labor efficiency by automatically scanning your specimens and storing points for later recollection and inspection. Ideal for scanning or inspection of slides, microtitre trays, semiconductor wafers, or metallurgical specimens in any sort of pattern, including raster, snake and random patterns.||144x175mm||Max: 100 mm/s||+/- 0.7um||Prior Scientific|