Tolerancing and its Role in Illumination and Nonsequential Optical Design

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Author: Dave Jacobsen, Lambda Research Corporation
Thursday, August 1, 2019
Lambda Research Corporation

Tolerancing is a subject that is often overlooked, or not fully addressed, in the design of illumination and nonsequential optical systems. Tolerancing methods are well developed and understood in the lens design and imaging system design fields, but tolerancing of illumination and nonsequential optics is a much less well-developed field. Optical design and optimization software tools can allow the designer to make new and exciting designs, but it is possible that the design may not be economical to manufacture due to the sensitivity of the design to variations in the manufacturing process.

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