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Alignment Market Applications

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OATI's best-in-class lens alignment and inspection system (LAS) delivers superior performance, to within 0.2 µm lens centration and 0.5 arcsec flatness. This capability in conjunction with proprietary CalcuLens™ data management software provides solutions to a wide range of measurement objectives.  Combined with a variety optional modules, LAS can solve many different applications like those described below. Don't see an application of interest? Give us a call so we can learn the specifics of your application. In many cases, even if we don't have a current solution, we will develop one for you.

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CalcuLens™ Inspection has a 3D-Viewer option  enables LAS users to see individual lens element orientations in an optical assembly and a best fit optical axis.

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The Calculens™ Beam Deviation application measures θf and calculates θ’ from a known relationship found through ray-trace.

The quick-attach LAS-Profiler™ module offers an economical alternative to a stand-alone 3D profilometry tool for aspheric and other types of rotationally symmetric lenses.

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CalcuLens™ Vertex enables the LAS to make relevant distance measurements in optical assemblies to within ±2.5 μm. 

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CalcuLens™ ROC measures the radius of curvature of lens surfaces with an accuracy of 0.05% by utilizing the unique design of the LAS.

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DMI option enables the LAS to make relevant distance measurements in optical assemblies, but with higher accuracy and through deeper lens assemblies.

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Strong Pass/Fail correlation is seen utilizing LAS in a production environment. This QA technique saves time relative to traditional measurement of MTF for each assembly.

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