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Spectrolight Mighty Light Accessories Overview

Modular accessories adapt the Spectrolight Mighty Light Illuminator for tuning to a specific wavelength, fiber coupling, collimating, homogenizing, and more

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Testing and Targets

Discover the different types of testing targets and their ideal applications, advantages, limitations, equations, and examples at Edmund Optics.

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Static Alignment

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Resolution and MTF Testing

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Beam Expander Testing

Shack-Hartmann wavefront sensors are used to test the transmitted wavefront error of laser beam expanders, predicting the real-world performance of the beam expander.

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5 Considerations for the Mechanical Design, Assembly, and Alignment of Optical Systems

Are you designing an optical system? Be sure to review these 5 considerations relating to mechanical design, assembly, and alignment at Edmund Optics.

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How does a schlieren testing system work?

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Simplifying Laser Alignment

Many challenges can arise when aligning a laser beam; knowing specific tips and tricks can help simplify the process. Learn more at Edmund Optics.

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I’m using an English breadboard but will be switching to Metric soon, is there a way to adapt your TECHSPEC® Kinematic Mounts to both standards of posts and breadboard accessories?

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Why Laser Damage Testing is Critical for UV Laser Applications

Laser Induced Damage Threshold describes the maximum quantity of laser radiation an optic can take before damaging. Learn more at Edmund Optics.

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LIGHT TALK - EPISODE 3: Laser Damage Testing with Matthew Dabney

Join our discussion around laser damage testing in the third episode of our LIGHT TALKS series.

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How I do select the correct testing target for my electronic imaging system (camera & lens)?

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Laser Damage Threshold Testing

Testing laser induced damage threshold (LIDT) is not standardized, so understanding how your optics were tested is critical for predicting performance.

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Basis of a Filter and How to Choose, How to Use (フィルターの基礎と選び方・使い方)

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A Closer Look at Resolution Testing

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Cut above for coronavirus testing (Interview)

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Ultraviolet fatigue testing of laser optics

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Vision Systems for 3D Measurement Require Care to Ensure Alignment

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What are the accuracy limitations of a CGH?

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Optics Testing: MTF Quickly Characterizes the Performance of Imaging Systems

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Testing the Limits: LDT considerations when selecting laser optics

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How an EO Imaging Lens is Made

Imaging lens assemblies are vital components for a wide range of cutting edge applications including machine vision, biomedical instruments, factory automation, and robotics.

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Metrology at Edmund Optics: Measuring as a Key Component of Manufacturing

Learn about the metrology that Edmund Optics® uses to guarantee the quality of all optical components and assemblies.

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The makings of a successful imaging lens, Part Three: Testing and metrology, ensuring you get what you asked for

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Can I integrate a liquid lens into another type of lens, such as a fixed focal length lens?

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There appear to be many different specifications for beam pointing. What are these and what do they mean?

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Fundamentals of Lasers

Lasers can be used for a variety of applications. Learn how lasers work, different elements, and the differences between laser types at Edmund Optics.

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Top 4 Trends of 2018

Advances in microscopy, imaging, and extreme ultraviolet optics

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Computer Generated Hologram Metrology

Computer Generated Hologram metrology provides a new solution for overcoming traditional asphere metrology. Learn more about CGH metrology at Edmund Optics.

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Stock and Custom Optics Manufacturing Capabilities

Edmund Optics is a global stock and custom optics manufacturing company with in house optical designers and on-site metrology and environmental testing.

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