Stereo Microscopes

Unlike compound microscopes that give a 2-dimensional flat image, stereo microscopes give the viewer an "erect" (upright and un-reversed) stereoscopic (3-dimensional) image. This is particularly useful for biologists performing dissections, technicians repairing circuit boards, paleontologists cleaning and examining fossils or anyone who needs to work on small objects. From Archeologists to Zoologists, from engravers to machinists, every well-equipped laboratory, shop or R&D facility uses our stereo microscopes in an infinite number of ways.