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Surface Roughness (Surface Finish)

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I’m using an English breadboard but will be switching to Metric soon, is there a way to adapt your TECHSPEC® Kinematic Mounts to both standards of posts and breadboard accessories?

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Ultra-Low Surface Roughness Polishing

Superpolished optical surfaces minimize scatter and improve performance in highly sensitive optical applications. Learn how they are made and measured.

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Understanding Surface Roughness

Surface roughness describes how a shape deviates from its ideal form. This is critical for controlling light scatter in laser devices and other optical systems.

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ISO Drawings for Aspheric Lenses

Aspheric lens drawings following the ISO 10110 standard are critical tools for communicating manufacturing and testing requirements for the lenses.

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Roughness of Diamond Turned Off-Axis Parabolic Mirrors

Learn about spatial frequency errors and surface roughness of Single Point Diamond Turned off-axis parabolic mirrors at Edmund Optics.

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Understanding Surface Quality Specifications

The surface quality of optical components the scattering off of its surface, which is especially important in laser optics applications.

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Sensor Standards Require Superior Optics

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Understanding Optical Specifications

Do you want to know more about the importance of optical specifications? Learn the different types of specifications and their impact on your system at Edmund Optics.

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Fabrication of ultralow-roughness surfaces: The Beilby layer

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All About Aspheric Lenses

Learn all about the benefits of aspheres, their unique anatomy, how they're manufactured, and how to choose the right one for your system.

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White-light interferometry resolves sub-Angstrom surface roughness

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Sub-angstrom surface roughness metrology with the white light interferometer

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The Complexities of High-Power Optical Coatings

Want to know more about high-power optical coatings? Find out more about the importance, fabrication, and testing at Edmund Optics.

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Understanding Optical Windows

Determine how to select an optical window based on its material transmission, thermal and mechanical properties, and other specifications at Edmund Optics.

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Future of Spherical Lenses

Traditional spherical lenses are evolving due to the increasing demands of applications. Learn about the future of spherical lenses at Edmund Optics.

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Does Edmund Optics® offer filters made from thin, flexible materials?

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Is it possible to directly measure absorption or scatter?

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Precision Tolerances for Spherical Lenses

Optical lenses require very precise tolerances. Learn more about tolerances for spherical lenses at Edmund Optics.

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Can I purchase laser safety stickers from Edmund Optics?

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Can high-precision optics be 3D printed?

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How do I clean my micro optics?

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Superpolished Optics

Superpolished optics with sub-angstrom surface roughness are ideal for precise laser optics applications

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What is "DIN" and "JIS"? What is the difference between them?

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Keys to Cost Effective Optical Design and Tolerancing

Are you looking for ways to make cost effective optical designs? Find more information on selecting specifications and using tolerancing schemes at Edmund Optics.

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Superpolished Optics

Superpolished optics with ultra-low surface roughness minimize scatter in optical systems, which is critical in sensitive laser applications.

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Edmund Optics TPA Ultrafast Autocorrelator by APE (700-1100nm) #11-760

Edmund Optics® manufactures thousands of precision aspheric lenses per month in our asphere manufacturing cell that operates 24 hours a day

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Off-Axis Parabolic Mirror Selection Guide

The Off-Axis Parabolic Mirror Selection (OAP) Guide refines your search for an OAP mirror from Edmund Optics.

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Metrology at Edmund Optics: Measuring as a Key Component of Manufacturing

Learn about the metrology that Edmund Optics® uses to guarantee the quality of all optical components and assemblies.

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Ultra-Thin Longpass and Shortpass Filters

Innovative ultra-thin filters provide flexibility, scratch resistance, and durability comparable to most hard oxide coatings. Learn more at Edmund Optics.

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