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Satisloh GmbH
Satisloh GmbH - Wetzlar, Germany
Satisloh is a global leader in machine manufacturing for ophthalmic and precision optics lens production. Our core competency for precision optics manufacturers: individual machines and manufacturing solutions tailored to customer requirements for the production of spheres, aspheres, freeform surfaces, and multiple other geometries.
Custom Manufacturer
20 products
SCHNEIDER Optical Machines Inc.
SCHNEIDER Optical Machines Inc. - Frisco, TX
Schneider is a machine manufacturer in the area of ophthalmics, precision and ultra-precision optics. The product portfolio comprises grinding, polishing, and centering machines for spherical and aspherical precision optics applications. The diamond turning machines enable ultra-precision manufacturing of freeform optics and infrared optics.
Stock ManufacturerCustom ManufacturerDesigner
4 products
Universal Photonics Inc.
Universal Photonics Inc. - Central Islip, NY
Lapping and polishing consumables and machinery for glass, plastic, crystals, IR, semiconductor, electro, laser, and fiber optics. Microcellular foam elastomer pads, compounds, ultrapure alumina, colloidal silica, diamond powder/slurries; water-based, nanosize, alpha-alumina; optical blocking, synthetic pitch, double-sided polishers, and centrifuges.
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17 products
E. McGrath Inc. - Salem, MA
Mildex Inc. - Rochester, NY
OptiPro Systems - Ontario, NY
OptoTech Optical Machinery Inc., Precision Optics - Palm, PA
OptoTech Optikmaschinen GmbH - Wettenberg, Germany
Precision Tool Technologies Inc. - Brainerd, MN
Satisloh North America Inc. - Germantown, WI
Schneider GmbH & Co. KG - Fronhausen, Germany
Glossary
  • centering 1. Mounting a lens or mirror so that its optical axis is coincident with the optical or mechanical axes of other portions of the system. 2. The machining (edging) of the outside diameter of a lens concentric with the optic axis.
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