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Considerations in Manufacturing Cemented Assemblies
Tuesday, January 19, 2010

This paper will examine options in construction of cemented lens assemblies, and considerations for mechanical mounting and cement selection will be offered.

File: Considerations_in_Manufacturing_Cemented_Assemblies.pdf (102.37 KB)
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