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High-End Asphere Design for Manufacturability

Aug 28, 2019
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Sponsored by
Zygo Corporation
Edmund Optics Inc.
Lambda Research Corporation
In this webinar, Edmund Optics’ asphere experts will discuss the benefits of using aspheres in optical system design and the factors to take into account during the design process. You will learn how to improve manufacturability, performance, and cost through better asphere design. The presenters will discuss key manufacturability considerations that will significantly reduce asphere lead time and cost if considered early enough in the design process.

After attending this webinar, participants will better understand:
  • Benefits of using aspheres in optical system design
  • Challenges of asphere manufacturing
  • Key factors of manufacturable aspheres

About the presenters:
Amy Frantz, optical engineer, Edmund Optics.Amy Frantz is a design engineer working in Edmund Optics’ Barrington, N.J., office. She has spent the last few years optimizing Edmund Optics’ aspheric lens manufacturing procedures and investigating different metrology techniques. Franz received her B.S. degree in physics and German from Juniata College, and her M.S. degree in optics from the University of Rochester.

Oleg Leonov, asphere business development manager, Edmund Optics.Oleg Leonov, Ph.D., is an asphere business development manager working in Edmund Optics’ Barrington, N.J., office. Before joining Edmund Optics, he was a senior product line manager at Tellabs Oy/Coriant in Espoo, Finland. Leonov holds a doctorate in electrical engineering with a focus on electro-optics from Pennsylvania State University.

Who should attend:
This webinar is for optical and electrical engineers and designers and R&D professionals who are involved in lens design and/or manufacturing for a range of applications, from medical to defense.

This webinar is sponsored by Zygo Corp., a worldwide supplier of optical metrology instruments, high-precision optical components, and complex electro-optical system design and manufacturing services. Zygo strives to enable customer success by delivering innovative precision optical and metrology solutions. 

This webinar is also sponsored by Edmund Optics. For more than 75 years Edmund Optics (EO) has been a leading producer of optics, imaging, and photonics technology. EO designs and manufactures a wide array of optical components, multi-element lenses, imaging systems, and optomechanical equipment, while supporting OEM applications with volume production of stock and custom products. 

This webinar is also sponsored by FISBA, a worldwide leading supplier of customized optical components, microsystems, and systems with locations across Europe and in the U.S. FISBA customers can be assured that they will receive customized optical solutions from prototype to high quantity serial production to meet their most challenging demands. 

This webinar is also sponsored by Lambda Research Corporation, a leading designer and publisher of illumination and optical design software for a wide range of industry sectors around the world. The company’s line of business includes the wholesale distribution of computers, computer peripheral equipment, and computer software. 

For more information on this topic, read Measuring Aspheres: Selecting the Best Technique by Amy Frantz, Edmund Optics Inc. (Photonics Handbook), and Aspheric Lenses: Optimizing the Design by Jeremy Govier, Edmund Optics Inc. (Photonics Handbook). 

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