Re: [Histonet] table for microscope
We had to have a five inch thick marble table.
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wen eng wrote:
> We are looking for a table for my microscope. We are moving to the 5th floor and my microscope is Nikon E800. I was told I need to concern about the vibration in tall building. So I want to ask the experts here what kind of table is good enough for this.
> Thanks in advance.
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