Reticles with duplex crosshairs, crosshairs with dots, horizontal/vertical lines, any complex features
A reticle is a net of fine lines. It has wide application in all kinds of sighting devices including riflescope, telescope, microscope, oscilloscope, etc. Depending on the use of the reticles, there are many variations such as dots, crosshairs, circles, scales, chevrons, or a combination of these. Among all, the cross hair type of reticles is the most commonly used type with numerous variants.
Ultra fine and narrow tolerated line-width is the most demanding feature for a reticle piece. With electroforming, ultra fine lines with sharp, rigid edges can be achieved.