Optimax grinds and polishes prisms from various optical materials for UV, visible and IR applications for use in transmission or reflectance. Materials processed include:
Optimax utilizes deterministic CNC machine tools for complex shaping and a host of conventional processing techniques for chemomechanical planarization. Capabilities include:
- Double side processing for diameters up to 100 millimeters, producing parts free of detectable parallelism error
- Continuous lap polishers for diameters up to 300 millimeters, producing parts of lowest roughness and irregularity
- Cemented assemblies for complex prisms are available with or without image forming surfaces
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Optimax has phase shifting interferometers for precision measurement of flatness plus autocollimators and a Wild Goniometer for precision measurement of angles. Optimax makes transmission flats for interferometric testing of surface irregularity to 50th wave.
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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.
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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.
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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
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