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Aspheric Condenser Lenses

Photonics.com
Nov 2017
Docter Optics Inc., Moulded Optics GmbHRequest Info
 
SCHÖFFENGRUND Germany, Nov. 10, 2017 — Aspheric Condenser LensesA new line of precision-molded aspheric condenser lenses from Moulded Optics GmbH have been announced by Docter Optics Inc., offered with or without outer flange or edge diameter.

The aspheric first surface is molded and the plano or spherical second surface is either ground and polished or molded. The lenses are specifically designed and manufactured to satisfy most types of illumination applications.

Materials include Schott B270 Superwite Crown, Duran borosilicate and F2 high-refraction index or equivalent glass materials in >24 diameter sizes from 4 to 80 mm.


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