Meiji Techno Microscopes
Meiji Techno manufactures professional-grade microscopes for industrial, laboratory, and education markets with durable frames and unparalleled optical quality.
Meiji Techno manufactures compound, stereo, and digital microscopes with wide magnification ranges and neat built-in features that suit various applications from dermatology to gout testing. Meiji Techno microscopes offer:
Diversity in design
For more lightweight applications, try out Meiji’s EMT Series. For rugged dependability in fast-paced environments like medical clinics, try the EMZ Series.
Features like an adjustable boom stand when repairing or inspecting parts allow you to personalize your equipment to your needs, making all the difference in your day-to-day workflow.
Combine your Meiji compound or stereo microscope with a JK-Arktur 8 MPix Camera for a more ergonomic working posture.
Shipping's on us!
Orders over $150 get free shipping anywhere in the continental United States. If you're not quite at the minimum order, pay for another accessory, not shipping.
Volume pricing is now available.
Educational institutions and businesses serving other businesses qualify for volume pricing. Ordering more than a couple units? Request a quote here for the best pricing available.
Carefully manufactured in Japan, Germany, China, and the UK, Meiji Techno manufactures easy-to-use and competitively-priced quality microscopes for industrial, laboratory, and education.
From simple microscope design as seen in Meiji’s MT310 Series, to the highly sophisticated SMT Inspection Series, there is a reliable Meiji solution for your microscopy needs.
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