Optical Components

Overview of Optical Design.

Optical design involves the development of a lens to meet certain requirements and constraints. Which includes surface profile styles and radius of curvature. Designers work on the specifications in which to create an optimum lens. With precise detailing and perseverance, they work diligently as a team. Equipped with the latest and greatest metrology equipment, providing customers with the best quality lenses at reasonable rates.


Various Optical Lenses Available.

In the world of optics there is a wide variety of components manufactured for various purposes.


Such As:

* Imaging

* Life science

* Measuring

* Microscopy

* In order to preform various tests


Optical lens designing companies concentrate on making the most efficient product for their clients. Creating a product that will effectively suit your purpose.


Different Types of Components.

Depending on what lens you desire there are numerous components in which they can make.


For Instance:

* Spherical lenses

* Aspheric lenses

* Achromatic lenses

* Cylindrical lenses


That's just a few of the available components, lens designers offer a wide variety of others as well. All created and developed right at their facility, usually within a week.


Spherical Lenses.

Available in various shapes and sizes, such as double convex, plano convex, and plano concave. Convex having a positive focal which join together at one focal point. Where as concave has a negative focal that are generally used in applications requiring beam divergence.


Aspheric Lenses.

Specifically designed to focus light, aspheric lenses help to eliminate spherical aberrations found in various light sources within an application. Which includes the focus of laser diodes.


Achromatic Lenses.

Made up glass particles of different dispersion in order to compensate for chromatic aberration and refocuses a single wavelength of light to one focal point.


Cylindrical Lenses.

Instead of focusing light on a single point, cylindrical lenses concentrate on that which passes through onto a line. Click on optical components for more source.