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The following services are currently available

 1.Contribute updated technology consultant in soft condensed matter, such as ferroelectric and anti-ferroelectric liquid crystal display, and guide new applications of soft matter materials in biology, medicine and  sensor designing.

2.Supply various microscope equipments

3.Supply optical equipments including Linhof large format, lenses and accessories.

4.Service Linhof Deardorff and Graflex, including upgrade Graflex R B Super D 3x4 and 4x5, Auto with Grafloc 4x5 back, providing New Linhof and Deardorff bellows and parts.

Tel: 216-832-1553


email:  support@globalmatter-lab.net


If you're experiencing a problem with one of our products, please fill out and submit the following service request form. You may also want to check out some known problems.          

Service Request Form

When you submit your service request report, it will be entered into our database for tracking purposes.  Periodically we will post notices regarding service requests reported by our customers in the Known Problems section of this page, and tips or workarounds on the FAQ page.     

Please be as specific as possible when describing the problem.

  1. What product/service is this request for?

  2. Please enter a brief one-line description of the request:

    (example: "Editor doesn't respond to up-arrow under image")

  3. If there is a particular problem you are reporting, please describe it clearly:

  4. Please provide us with the following information in case we need to contact you:






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Known Problems

The following is a list of some known problems with our products / services; we are working to correct them A.S.A.P.
  • description of problem #1
  • description of problem #2
  • description of problem #3
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