We adhere to measuring specifications listed in ISO 10110 and MIL-specs when conducting tests and measurements on our products. We have a wide range of equipment that allows us to measure any form of optical product; be it spherical or a-spherical. Our general specifications are: Form accuracies up to λ/10 Surface roughness better than 2 [...]Read More
For turning contact lenses, the button must be fixed in the precision lathe.
The BLOCKMATIC is the ultimate solution for the high precision blocking of buttons and counter-blocking of finished base curves. The time required by the Blockmatic for blocking and counter-blocking is extremely short.Read More
With our LT Ultra we are able to produce great plano optics with very high precision (peak values of up to 300 ångström).
We make a large variety of products with our diamond fly cutter; examples include air bearings and high precision tooling.Read More
Single point diamond turning (SPDT) is a well known method for fabricating micro optics.
The big difference between a standard lathe and a single point diamond turning machine is that the SPDT machine uses a diamond tipped bit for its machining and it is able to machine surface finishes of a few nanometers and features that are down to about 1 micron in size.Read More
In most quality optical systems, lenses are coated to diminish reflections.
On polymer optics these coatings do not survive mechanical stress tests. Using a new coating technology, optical polymers can now be coated in the same style as glass optics and still withstand optical stress tests.Read More