Introduction to Optical Replication

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Author: OPCO Laboratory, Inc.
Thursday, January 14, 2021
OPCO Laboratory Inc.

Optical replication is a method of re-producing a reflective surface with the identical surface figure and optical performance of a master part. This process facilitates low- to large-volume production of various optic shapes, such as concave and convex spheres, flats, toroids, and diffractive optics (mirrors and gratings).

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