Randy Bachman getting a shot of the 1m diameter mirror that the machine shop team helped mount and align. The mirror was part of the first EUSO Super Pressure Balloon Project.
Former graduate student Aaron Martinez with a magnetically coupled laser pinhole/lens vacuum tube assembly. This device was designed and built by Aaron in the Physics Machine Shop.
Former undergraduate student and Physics Machine Shop TA, Marilyn Dunning, with a vacuum tube enclosed capillary tube alignment fixture and mounts. Marilyn built all of the major components of this device in the Physics Machine Shop.
Former graduate student Aaron Craft with a beam-stop device that he designed and built with assistance from the Physics Machine Shop.
Translation stages modified by the addition of optical table mounting plated on top and bottom. Mill work was done by former Machine Shop TA Ariel Bridgeman.
CNC-machined bearing housings.
Microscope cryostat adapter designed and built in the Physics Machine Shop.
Stand modified to hold copper mirrors.