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Laser Munich 2019

 

Edmund Optics® is excited to invite you to our booth at this year’s LASER World of PHOTONICS in Munich. Come experience how optics enable the future, through technologies like autonomous vehicles, life-saving medical devices, and vision-guided robotics. Our staff of EO experts will be on site to assist you, walk you through insightful product and application demonstrations, and show you our new products. See event details below.

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UKIVA

6/6/19
Milton Keynes, UK |
Marshall Arena

Booth #XXX

Laser World of Photonics

24/6/2019 - 27/6/2019
Munich, Germany |
Messe München
Booth B1.511 | Map
The future depends on optics
 

Product and Application Expositions

As technology and applications are advancing, the role of optics becomes more crucial to success. With a focus on enabling the future, our product demonstrations display how EO’s optics are being used in forward-thinking applications as well as providing manufacturing insights.

Liquid Lenses in Imaging

Liquid Lenses in Imaging

Watch a compact M12 imaging lens that has an integrated liquid lens electronically shift an imaging system’s focal plane without mechanical movement.

DIC Microscopy Metrology

DIC Microscopy Metrology

Inspect optical components with a differential interference contrast (DIC) microscope to identify laser induced damage sites and other defects.

Laser Materials Processing

Laser Materials Processing

Observe the beam path of a laser materials processing system that highlights laser optics components from EO.

Asphere and Prism Manufacturing

Asphere and Prism Manufacturing

Join us as we walk through the manufacturing processes for both aspheric lenses and optical prisms.

 

Speak with Our Experts

Many other EO experts will be in attendance. Stop by to meet the full team!

Stefaan Vandendriessche

Stefaan Vandendriessche

Product Line Manager, Laser Optics, Product Development Group

Tony Karam

 Tony Karam



Laser Optics Project Manager, Product Ideation & Strategy

Lars Sandström

Lars Sandström


Precision Optics Engineer, Senior Business Manager, Product Line Management

Greg Hollows

 Greg Hollows



Vice President, Imaging Business Unit

Sara Castillo

Sara Castillo




Applications Engineer

Janos Sartor

Janos Sartor


System Engineer

Daniel Adams

Daniel Adams


Product Marketing Manager

Volker Schmidt

Volker Schmidt

Regional Sales Manager D/A/HU

Anne Kampmann

Anne Kampmann


Applications Engineer

Presentations

Monday, February 24 from 11:00 - 11:20

Ultrafast Optics: Challenges and Solutions

Presented by: Tony Karam, Laser Optics Project Manager, Product Ideation & Strategy

Location: Photonics Forum Laser and Optics

Ultrafast lasers are the forefront of emerging technology, pushing the barriers in industrial applications and fundamental scientific discovery. Unwanted effects, such as dispersion and laser damage, could critically affect the quality of the beam and the performance of the system. Here, we model the laser induced damage on optical coating using a two-temperature model. Furthermore, we discuss the different strategies used in ultrafast opticas manufacturing to control dispersion effects.

Typical optical setup of an ultrafast laser oscillator using a continuous wave (CW), second-harmonic generation, Nd:YAG laser

Figure 1 (right): Typical optical setup of an ultrafast laser oscillator using a continuous wave (CW), second-harmonic generation, Nd:YAG laser
Tuesday, February 25 from 14:00 - 14:20

What MTF curves can and cannot tell you

Presented by: Boris Lange, Manager, Imaging Europe

Location: Biophotonics / Optical Metrolgy and Imaging

Due to innovative sensor technology, the available camera and lens portfolio diversifies more and more, making the choice of the optimum hardware components a non-trivial task. This presentation will help vision system designers find the optics with the best cost-to-performance ratio when creating an imaging system. Modulation Transfer Functions (MTF) of imaging lenses are a great tool when comparing the performance of different lenses but there are certain pitfalls one should avoid looking at these information-dense data sets.

MTF Curve for a 12mm Lens used on the SonyIXC625 Sensor

Figure 1 (right):  MTF Curve for a 12mm Lens used on the SonyIXC625 Sensor

Featured Products

A wide variety of new products will be on display including TECHSPEC® Small Variable Beam Expanders, 2µm laser optics, TECHSPEC® Precision Aspheric Lenses, TECHSPEC® Off-Axis Parabolic Mirrors, TECHSPEC® Hard Coated OD 4.0 5nm Bandpass Filters, TECHSPEC® Liquid Lens M12 Imaging Lenses, TECHSPEC® CA (Compact APS) Series Fixed Focal Length Lenses, and many more!

Hard Coated OD 4.0 5nm Bandpass Filters
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Hard Coated OD 4.0 5nm
Bandpass Filters

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2μm Laser Line Mirrors
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2μm Laser Line Mirrors

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Liquid Lens M12 Imaging Lenses
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Liquid Lens M12 Imaging Lenses

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Gold Off-Axis Parabolic Mirrors
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Gold Off-Axis Parabolic Mirrors

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