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Glass-in-glass Fabrication Method Produces Complex Optics

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A manufacturing technique for creating microstructures by integrating two types of glass with different physical properties could provide a path to complex infrared (IR) optics to be used in spectroscopy, imaging, sensing, and other applications. Researchers at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) developed the technique. It can be used with a variety of glass types to create almost any 3D shape with features measuring 1 μm or less. The researchers created microscale, freeform, 3D chalcogenide microstructures embedded in a fused silica matrix....Read full article

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