Close-up of Fly’s Eye lens array containing 9,000 lenslets per side
Assorted mirror coated polymer optics including an axicon, off-axis parabola, corner cube, freeform multi-surface prism, and mirrored doublet
Various injection molded polymer optics
Prisms, Beam Splitters, and Cylinders
Total Internal Reflection (TIR) polymer optics for illumination applications
Hot half and diamond turned optical mold pins for a 2+2 cavity family mold used to produce LED collimator lenses for a medical illumination application
Single Point Diamond Turning (SPDT) of a Fresnel optical mold pin
Single Point Diamond Turning (SPDT) of a diffractive eyepiece lens.
Specialized diamond turning fixture to manufacture freeform wedge prism
Single Point Diamond Turning (SPDT) of a high volume polymer optic element
Adding vents on a new mold plate on the surface grinder
Injection molded custom optics packaged in a gel-pak and ready for delivery
Rough turned mold insert in process for an injection molded polymer dome
Zeonex E48R pucks (blanks) right out of the press
Fresnel (hot half) and Plano (ejector half) optical mold pins ready for inspection and installation into the mold after diamond turning
Polymer Optic Palooza! A shot of one of our lobby display cases
New molds for an LED illumination application being prepared for first shots
Ejector half of new four cavity mold ready for dynamic optical pins to be installed after diamond turning
New optical pins for two new molds for an LED illumination application roughed and ready for electroless nickel plating before diamond turning
Two diamond fly-cut plano surface mold inserts ready for installation into a new four cavity mold. In the reflection you see our roof truss and fire sprinklers reflecting in the diamond turned surfaces. Click the link to our Facebook page to see a video.
Acrylic (PMMA) strings off violently as the diamond tool roughs in a new optical surface.
Some new End Of Arm Tooling coming online for automatic robotic parts removal during the injection molding process. These non-optical parts are part of a complete LED assembly supplied by Diverse Optics for a medical illumination application.
Ejector half showing aspheric optical pins in forward position on a new eight cavity TIR mold for an LED illumination application.
No, this isn't from a Pink Floyd concert... Checking an injection molded polymer optic for molded in stress under our cross polarized light testing rig.
Ohhh, pretty! These PMMA domes are coming along nicely