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Aiming system

United States Patent

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April 7, 2020
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An aiming system including a first member securable to a device having a point source, a second member selectably rotatable about a first axis relative to the first member, a third member selectably rotatable about a second axis oriented non-parallel to the first axis, and an aiming member having a third axis. The aiming system including the aiming member connected to the third member. A selectable rotation about each of the first axis and the second axis can be independently performed. During the selectable rotation about each of the first axis and the second axis with the aiming member in a first position, the point source, a point on the first axis, a point on the second axis, a point on the third axis are maintained mutually coincident with each other.
16/ 151,559
October 4, 2018
G01N 23/04 (20180101)F42D 5/04 (20060101)
GOVERNMENT INTEREST STATEMENT This invention was made with Government support under Contract No. DE-NA0003525 awarded by the United States Department of Energy/National Nuclear Security Administration. The U.S. Government has certain rights in this invention.