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LightWorks Optical Systems, Sub. of II-VI Incorporated - Tustin, CA
LightWorks Optical Systems is a leading provider of high precision optical assemblies, systems and components. LightWorks Optics, Inc. was acquired by II-VI Incorporated, and merged operations with Exotic Electro-Optics, also a subsidiary of II-VI Incorporated. The integrated company is...
Optikos Corporation - Wakefield, MA
Optikos Corporation is the world’s largest manufacturer of equipment for the measurement of optical image quality and a leading provider of optical product development services. As the world leader in the field of MTF testing, Optikos offers complete solutions for both component and system...
Argyle International, Inc. - Princeton, NJ
Manufacturer of optical components including lenses, prisms, mirrors, windows, filters and machined parts. Materials include all glasses, silicon, sapphire and fused silica.
Hampton Controls, Inc., Optics Div. - Wendel, PA
Hampton Controls, Optics Division brings together some of the finest, most experienced Master Opticians and Craftsmen in the world. Having worked on many of the industry's most sophisticated and complex projects, our people bring a wealth of relevant experiences to the most complicated optical...
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...
Rainbow Research Optics, Inc. - Centennial, CO
Manufacturer of precision optical components and high-power laser coatings from UV to IR. Supplier of stock and custom optics. Products include lenses, beamsplitters, filters, windows, mirrors, wave plates, large wedges and prisms. In-house coatings include antireflection, high reflection, dichroic...
Teledyne Optimum Optical Systems, A Teledyne Technologies Co. - Camarillo, CA
Designer and manufacturer of custom optics, electro-optics and optomechanical assemblies for use in the UV, VIS and IR spectrum. Manufacturer of complex assemblies, CRT projection, reconnaissance, LLTV, laser transmitters and receivers. Designer of optical assemblies for simulators including...
Davin Optronics Ltd. - Watford, England
Davro Optical Systems, Inc. - Lansdale, PA
Infinity Photo-Optical Co. - Boulder, CO
Lichtenknecker Optics NV - Hasselt, Belgium
Precision Asphere, Inc. - Fremont, CA
Rising Electro-Optics Ltd. - Fuzhou, China
Rockwell Collins - Carlsbad, CA
Star Instruments - Newnan, GA
Tamron Co., Ltd. - Saitama, Japan
Tele Vue Optics, Inc. - Chester, NY
VERNONscope & Co. - Candor, NY
An afocal optical device made up of lenses or mirrors, usually with a magnification greater than unity, that renders distant objects more distinct, by enlarging their images on the retina.
afocal optical device
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