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Optimax President Joe Spilman recently interviewed with Greater Rochester Enterprise to discuss the future of Optimax, why Rochester is an optimal location for the optics industry, and how Optimax “carries the Rochester optics flag around the world and beyond” (RochesterFirst.com). Joe stated in the interview, “This is an exciting time at Optimax…Earlier this year wehttps://www.optimaxsi.com/news/optimax-president-joe-spilman-featured-in-why-roc-with-greater-rochester-enterprise
Optimax improved the reliability of asphere polishing platforms at a demonstrated level. Download our technical paper today to learn about our results.
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Every optical application requires a “clean” optical surface. However, what defines “clean” is subjective and is based on the needs of the application.
Freeform surfaces are quickly becoming a desired and necessary shape for many refractive and reflective optical systems. In this paper, we will discuss the round-robin study of surface irregularity measurements of a freeform toroidal window.
Several challenges associated with part size and shape complexity were solved during the manufacture of the largest extreme freeform shape Optimax has fabricated to date.
Prisms are optical components used to reflect or refract light. Their distinct characteristics give rise to its own language, the language of prisms.
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This SPIE Faces of Photonics interview features Jessica DeGroote Nelson, assistant professor at University of Rochester and director at Optimax Systems.