This disclosure describes precisely assembling (or reassembling) of complex three-dimensional (3D) structures used in analytical instrumentation such as mass spectrometers. A jig is used to precisely assemble transmission multipoles, collisions cells, and other components of mass spectrometers. The solution described ensures precise realignment of components when reassembling following maintenance or troubleshooting.
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Anonymous, "Precise Assembling of Complex 3D Structures", Technical Disclosure Commons, (December 10, 2020)