The Laue procedure is the classical method for the X-ray analysis of single crystals. With a relatively simple process it is possible to obtain detailed information on the symmetry and orientation of crystals.
The Laue camera built by HUBER operates both in transmission and return beam modes. Two film cassettes can be positioned along a dovetail guide, with a central mount for standard goniometer heads for the fine positioning of the sample crystals.
Model 801 can be mounted directly to the tube shield window by means of the adaptor 800, enabling both horizontal and vertical tube positions. Model 802 has a stable base for independent mounting on a laboratory bench.