Optimax is a world class manufacturer of precision optics. With more than 100 skilled opticians and a modern 60,000 sq.ft. facility, Optimax is one of the largest prototype optics manufacturers in the U.S. Optimax produces a wide range of optical components including Optics for High Power.
Our ongoing development, whether it’s innovation in technology developed or business ideology, our research allows us to enhance our high precision optics that we offer to all of our customers and we share some of that information with you in our Technical Papers.
Controls: Quantity and size of local defects within a specific aperture. Local defects could be scratches, pits, broken bubbles, sleeks, scuff marks or coating blemishes.
Related Terms: Scratch-Dig, ISO 10110 Part 7, Defect Grade
Specification Must Contain: Grade to be met under specific grading system
Optimax Preferred Specification: Scratch-Dig per MIL-PRF-13830B
Reasons: Historical familiarity
Manufacturing Standards: MIL-PRF-13803B, ISO 10110-7, OEOSC OPI.002-2009
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