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     - Place the filter-holding cube into the outer cube in the correct orientation     - Place the filter-holding cube into the outer cube in the correct orientation
   - As also seen in Figure 5, screw on the Objective to SM1 adaptor to the top of Objective 2 (microscope objective) - the short distance part of the lens should be facing towards the sample and the long distance lens should face into the Filter Cube (i.e. the text on the lens should not be upside-down when the optics piece is upright) - then screw the SM1 adaptor to the bottom of the Filter Cube   - As also seen in Figure 5, screw on the Objective to SM1 adaptor to the top of Objective 2 (microscope objective) - the short distance part of the lens should be facing towards the sample and the long distance lens should face into the Filter Cube (i.e. the text on the lens should not be upside-down when the optics piece is upright) - then screw the SM1 adaptor to the bottom of the Filter Cube
-  - Screw the lamp into the filter hole to the right as seen in Figure 6 {{ :​wiki:​protocols:​foraging:​927fc247-4e63-4997-af24-7a6b4c74a1d62.jpeg?​nolink&​400 |}} **Figure 6:** Filter Cube (left) and lamp (right).+  - Screw the lamp adaptor then the lamp into the filter hole to the right as seen in Figure 6 {{ :​wiki:​protocols:​foraging:​927fc247-4e63-4997-af24-7a6b4c74a1d62.jpeg?​nolink&​400 |}} **Figure 6:** Filter Cube (left) and lamp (right).
   - Screw on the smaller metal rods holding the optics in place to the left side of the Filter Cube as seen in Figure 7 below - afterwards adjust the cage plate to the ends of the metal rods, the cage plate should have a M4 hole on one side that should face downwards - lastly, screw the larger metal rod tightly into the M4 on the cage plate - the components from this step will be used to fix the optics to the microscope stand {{ :​wiki:​protocols:​foraging:​927fc247-4e63-4997-af24-7a6b4c74a1d63.jpeg?​nolink&​400 |}} **Figure 7:** Fully assembled microscope optics. On the left of the Filter Cube, the metal poles and cage plate (black) are used to fix the optics to the microscope stand.   - Screw on the smaller metal rods holding the optics in place to the left side of the Filter Cube as seen in Figure 7 below - afterwards adjust the cage plate to the ends of the metal rods, the cage plate should have a M4 hole on one side that should face downwards - lastly, screw the larger metal rod tightly into the M4 on the cage plate - the components from this step will be used to fix the optics to the microscope stand {{ :​wiki:​protocols:​foraging:​927fc247-4e63-4997-af24-7a6b4c74a1d63.jpeg?​nolink&​400 |}} **Figure 7:** Fully assembled microscope optics. On the left of the Filter Cube, the metal poles and cage plate (black) are used to fix the optics to the microscope stand.
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