What is ISO 10110 Optical Drawings , this article is a step-by-step guide to understand what information is contained in a custom ISO 10110 optical drawing
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In this laser diode collimation, how to enable ME engineer to detect errors early, reduce back-and-forth communication, we share this tips
This article will share what is cone half angle (CHA) or Angle of incidence ( AOI) and why they are important in bio fluorescent imaging system.
How to share the telescope design data without sharing the intellectual property of the original designer, How to protect our works using a design black box
Nonlinear optics is the branch of optics , how to test whether a nonlinear optics double-pass system is correctly set up or not, check it here, we share it!
An aplanatic lens is a lens that is free of both spherical and coma aberrations. how to design a double-pass aplanatic optics laser beam delivery system?
A telephoto lens has a long reach, allowing you to photograph a subject that is far away or magnifying the subject in your frame. How to design it, what’s the tips? We share it here.
The Bio-fluorescence describes the process by which light is absorbed within an object and then re-emitted a different wavelength. here we share some tips.
Microscope objective are essentially diffraction-limited optical devices. How to design it, and what’s the design tips? Here we will share it.
Measuring the depth of an object in 3D imaging- 3D metrology presents a unique set of challenges, how to handle those challenges
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