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16 December 1976 Diamond Turning An X-Ray Microscope
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Mr. Jim B. Bryan of the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory gave a post-deadline paper describing his work, diamond turning an x-ray microscope. After demonstrating the repeatability to better than 1 microinch (250 Å) corrections were made to the controls of the machine in order to correct for the repeatable errors. The resulting accuracies were very impressive. The following questions were asked of Mr. Bryan after his talk:
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Jim B. Bryan, J. P. Sackinger, R. E. Weeks, and John Stover "Diamond Turning An X-Ray Microscope", Proc. SPIE 0093, Advances in Precision Machining of Optics, (16 December 1976); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.955115
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