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J.R. Cumberland, Inc. - Marlow Heights, MD
Full Spectrum in Precision Optics: Lenses, Test Plates, Prisms, Mirrors, Optical Systems, Beamspletters, Aspheric Optics, and more. Capabilities Include: HEAVY-DUTY Generators with specially designed diamond wheels accomplish the preliminary shaping in a minimal amount of time. They are used...
LaCroix Optical Co. - Batesville, AR
The LaCroix name is synonymous with quality precision optics. Since 1947, two generations of family leadership have placed LaCroix Optical Co. as one of the premier independent precision optical manufacturers in America. A third generation of leadership is in place to take LaCroix Optical Co. into...
Cosmo Optics, Inc. - Middletown, NY
Founded in 1957, Cosmo Optics is involved primarily in prototypes of optical components and assemblies for industrial and scientific use. Small-scale production is also frequently undertaken. Cosmos’ wide range of facilities enables fabrication, testing and assembly of the most intricate...
Ferson Technologies, Inc., An OSI Optoelectronics Co. - Ocean Springs, MS
Located in Ocean Springs, MS, Ferson Technologies is a subsidiary of California based OSI Systems. Our 20,000 foot facility houses equipment to fabricate spherical and flat optical components , our own coating chambers for single layer and multilayer coatings as well as capabilities for coating...
Fresnel Technologies, Inc. - Fort Worth, TX
Manufacturer of molded plastic Fresnel lenses and related optical components, as well as infrared transmitting materials and optics made from them. Specialties include lens arrays for passive infrared applications, diffusers and microlens arrays for illumination, and optics for environmental...
PFG Precision Optics - Ocean Springs, MS
Manufacturer of precision optical components from UV through mid-IR wavelengths. Components include prisms, windows, filters, wedges, mirrors, beamsplitters, and all types of singlet, doublet and triplet lenses. Electron and ion-assisted deposition coating services available. Prototype production...
Tohkai Sangyo Co., Ltd. - Tokyo, Japan
Manufacturer of optical glass, filters, prisms, reticles, magnifiers, microscopes and measuring devices.
A.W.I. Industries (USA), Inc., Member of the Wise Group of Companies - Chino, CA
Anchor Optics, Div. of Edmund Optics, Inc. - Barrington, NJ
B&M Optik GmbH - Limburg, Germany
Bluebell Industries Ltd. - Stonebroom, England
CCS America Inc., Sub. of CCS Inc. - Burlington, MA
Francis Lord Optics - Telopea, Australia
ONTF-Optics For Science, Technology & Photography - Cherkassy, Ukraine
Opteco & Partners Ltd. - Sofia, Bulgaria
Optisource, Inc. - San Clemente, CA
Optix Co. - Panagyurishte, Bulgaria
Optotune AG - Dietikon, Switzerland
Sill Optics GmbH & Co. KG - Wendelstein, Germany
A single positive lens or group of lenses used in a projection system to collect light from a source and cause it to illuminate evenly the object to be projected.
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