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The Finder range of grids are useful in applications where specific areas of mesh need to be uniquely identified. These areas range from blocks of 1 to 9 grid cells, and can typically be relocated using an alphabetical and/or numerical code built into the mesh.


G100F1
Each of the 60 square grids is identified using a base two binary numbering system. The six binary number symbols appear on the bottom grid bars along the horizontal axis. Zero is represented by a short pillar and one by a longer pillar. Below is an enlarged view of grid no.9 - a long pillar at the extreme right represent decimal 1 and a long pillar fourth from the right represent a decimal 8.

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g100f1 ss [Click image to enlarge]

G200F1
An alpha-numerical code identifies 48 blocks of 6 cells, delineated by thicker grid bars. Each block's code is attached to the baseline of its centre-bottom cell, letters representing rows and numbers representing columns.

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g200f1 ss [Click image to enlarge]


G200F2
24 blocks of 9 cells are identified by a letter built into the centre cell of each block.

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 g200f2 ss [Click image to enlarge]


G200HF3
322 cells are uniquely identified by an alphanumeric code. At light microscope level, this code can be referenced from the letters and numbers on the rim of the grid, representing rows and columns respectively. At the electron microscope level, the row letter is indicated by a symbol to the bottom left of the cell. The column number is indicated by a binary coding attached to the baseline of the cell.

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 g200hf3 ss [Click image to enlarge]

 

G200F4
A 15 by 15 grid of cells is indexed with letters representing columns, and numbers representing rows. Each cell is asymmetrical due to a marking at every grid bar intersection, similar to the centre marking detailed on the Centre/Rim Mark Specs page, allowing grid orientation to be determined at microscopic levels.

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 g200f4 ss [Click image to enlarge]

 

G300F1

A 25 by 25 grid of cells divided into smaller blocks bounded by thicker crenellated bars. Each small block of 25 cells has a central alphabet letter from A to Y for identification purposes.

 

                 G300F1

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G400F1

A 32 by 36 grid of invidiual cells divided into smaller blocks bounded by thicker crenellated bars. Each small block of 36(6x6) cells has a central number from 1 to 32 for identification purposes.

 

                       G400F1

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