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Diverse Optics Inc.Request Info
Custom Precision Polymer Optics from Diverse OpticsDiverse Optics manufactures custom, precision polymer optics. Our core processes include injection molding, single-point diamond turning (SPDT), opto-mechanical design, metrology, assembly, bonding, and thin-film coating.

We build-to-print even the most challenging polymer optic components, modules, and assemblies. From prototyping to series production of spheres, aspheres, domes, convex/concave, plano/convex, bi-convex, free-forms, diffractives, Fresnels, prisms, lens arrays, collimators, combiners, toroids, CPC’s, TIR’s, micro-optics, parabolics, off-axis, and ellipticals; we do it all.

For over 25 years we have provided our unique services to companies in the medical, defense, and commercial fields. With our experience, we can help you through every step of the process from design and diamond turning to injection molding and assembly. If you are looking for consistently repeatable precision polymer optics to reduce cost, trim weight, simplify design, and improve performance; come to Diverse Optics. Let us use our experience and obsession to transform your optics into functional works of art.


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A material whose molecular structure consists of long chains made up by the repetition of many (usually thousands) of similar groups of atoms.
injection molding
A method of producing high-quality plastic optics in large volumes by injecting the heated, liquified plastic at high pressure into a tooled mold with polished chromium stainless steel inserts to define the optical surface. The plastic solidifies as it cools, and the mold is removed.
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