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19janallday22alldayPhotonics Spectra Conference 2021Virtual Event
Jessica DeGroote Nelson, Director of Technology and Strategy at Optimax, is the keynote speaker at this conference. Optimax is not exhibiting.
january 19 (Tuesday) - 22 (Friday)
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.
Free-form surfaces are quickly becoming a desired and necessary shape for many refractive and reflective optical
systems. Some examples of free-form shapes are toroids, ogives, and other conformal windows. In this paper, we will discuss the round-robin study of surface irregularity measurements of a free-form 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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Year after year, program after program, Optimax continues to push the limits of possible in complexity, quality and speed for its customers.
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Optimax excels at grinding, polishing and coating precision optics quickly and reliably. We can deliver high precision optics in as little as one week.
Recent design methods and software advances make it much easier to design aspheric surfaces that actually work in production and test by considering manufacturability issues at the earliest possible stage in the design process
Freeform optics have emerged as a new tool for optical designers and integrators. Manufacturing innovations are gradually increasing availability of precision freeform optics.
This paper is an introduction to the specification and tolerancing of Mid-spatial frequency (MSF) ripple or waviness
This paper will first detail where slope error originated from, what it represents and the role it plays in the optical performance
This paper, written by Optimax, tells the story of how Optimax was founded and how we are able to support “Prototype Optics in 1 Week!”