Optimax uses interferometric techniques to verify the plano axis and power axis of the optic. These techniques include plano reference flats, Distance Measuring Interferometry and CGH diffractive elements. Mechanical attributes such as wedge are verified with micrometers or by optical methods.
A CGH diffractive null converts the plane wavefront from a transmission flat to a cylindrical wavefront. This can be used to measure convex or concave surfaces. Available coverage varies greatly based on the size and shape of the cylindrical surface.
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Our clean environment thin film coating lab has the capability to coat from UV through IR wavelengths. Featuring multiple chambers with deposition sources, including electron-beam and ion assist, Optimax can offer a wide variety of coating options including BBAR, V-coat, and mirror coatings. Custom coatings are also available. Coating verification is supported by Perkin-Elmer spectrophotometers.
For more information please see Optimax’s Coatings Data Sheet.
Optimax inspects 100% of all optics. Test data is provided with prototype orders. The use of state-of-the-art metrology assures customer satisfaction.
For more information please see Optimax’s Inspection Data Options.
Optimax manufactures a wide variety of optical components. When on-time delivery is crucial, Optimax offers an expedited delivery option with a money back guarantee.
For more information please see the information on Optimax’s On-Time Guarantee.
Optimax’s R&D department is continuously looking for ways to improve our fabrication process and produce higher quality optics. Our current research projects are designed to meet future market needs, such as:
- New optical material processing
- Higher laser damage threshold surfaces
For more information please see Optimax Innovation or contact email@example.com.