5 Most Common Mistakes in Designing Precision Super Hard Components

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Sunday, September 1, 2019
IRD Glass

Over nearly four decades, IRD has been manufacturing precision optical and non-optical components in super hard materials. Roughly 80% of the designs have benefited from IRD’s proprietary Design for Manufacturability (DFM) Review. During these reviews, IRD technical staff and customer designers consider material selection, design features, and specifications in a context of total cost and quality of the component. This white paper documents the most common opportunities identified by the IRD technical team for improving designs of parts from super hard materials for both optical and non-optical applications.

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