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Diamond-Turned Optics

Photonics Spectra
Dec 2016
Rocky Mountain Instrument Co. (RMI)Request Info
LAFAYETTE, Colo. — For a wide range of precision applications, Diamond Turned Optics from Rocky Mountain Instrument Co. feature three-axis turning.

The equipment can generate spherical, aspherical, cylindrical, acylindrical, off-axis parabolic, hyperbolic, conical, toroidal and lens array surface figures with superior accuracy. The diamond turned optics can be manufactured from a wide range of metal and infrared substrates including silicon, germanium, zinc selenide, zinc sulfide, chalcogenide, amtir, copper, aluminum, brass and more.

The diamond turning capabilities have a tight form accuracy of <20 nm, high surface figure quality and capacity for sizes up to 350 mm in diameter.


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