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  • ATS 200
Jun 2014
TRIOPTICS GmbHRequest Info
WEDEL, Germany, June 5, 2014 — The ATS 200, an alignment tuning station from Trioptics, ensures precision and flexibility for the production of mounted lenses.

Combining a compact, stable turning lathe with centration measurement, the ATS 200 aligns the lens mount’s axis of symmetry with the optical axis. Integrated sensors ensure accurate measurements while multiple diamond tools machine the front and rear contact surfaces.

Granite construction and vibration isolation ensure thermal stability, rigidity and accuracy. Common lens mount materials of 1 µm are centered by three ultra-precision axes on air bearings, a calibration chuck and an OptiCentric system.

Lens mounts can be machined up to a diameter of 200 mm and a weight of 5 kg. A center thickness measurement system and high accuracy optical sensors make the ATS 200 applicable for flexible use with infrared lenses, aspherical lenses and complex assemblies.


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A straight line, real or imaginary, passing through a body and indicating its center; a line so positioned that various portions of an object are located symmetrically in relation to the line. See also optical axis.
In a perfectly centered lens, the mechanical axis (defined by the ground outside the diameter of the lens) is made to be exactly coincident with the optical axis (defined by a line through the centers of curvature of the optical surfaces).
In the optical field, a tube to which a lens is fastened for centering.
A transparent optical component consisting of one or more pieces of optical glass with surfaces so curved (usually spherical) that they serve to converge or diverge the transmitted rays from an object, thus forming a real or virtual image of that object.
See gimbal mount; kinematic mount; lens mount.
Pertaining to optics and the phenomena of light.
1. In optics, one of the exterior faces of an optical element. 2. The process of grinding or generating the face of an optical element.
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