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Glass Cutting with Cailabs Canunda Reflective Axicons

Watch how LZH uses the Cailabs Canunda Reflective Axicons to improve the efficiency and quality of glass cutting by generating high-power Bessel beams.

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CNC Glass Machining

Edmund Optics® utilizes a wide range of CNC machining equipment including ultrasonic machining and high speed cutting (HSC) technology from DMG MORI® for the machining of complex optical component geometries.

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EO Imaging Lab 3.4: Directional Illumination of Ring Lights

Learn how to specify imaging system components.

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Refraction: Bent Spoon Experiment with Stephanie Guzman

Learn about the refraction of light in this experiment with Stephanie Guzman, Optical Engineer at Edmund Optics!

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Modifying Stock Optics: Introduction

Join Andrew Fisher, Manufacturing R&D Engineer at Edmund Optics, as he introduces Edmund Optics's modified stock capabilities as a less expensive, shorter lead time alternative to custom components

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EO Acquires Quality Thin Films; Strengthens Position as Laser Optics Manufacturer - PhotonicsNEXT 2021

Learn about Edmund Optics' acquisition of Quality Thin Films in this interview with Mike Middleton and James Karchner from the 2021 PhotonicsNEXT Summit.

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PhotonicsNEXT Summer Summit 2021 Edmund Optics Acquires Quality Thin Films

Learn about Edmund Optics' acquisition of Quality Thin Films in this interview with Mike Middleton and James Karchner from the 2021 PhotonicsNEXT Summit.

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Selecting the Right Beamsplitter

Continuing from where Part I: X-Y Setup ends, learn how to add a Z-axis to an existing X-Y configuration to achieve three degrees of freedom.

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Athermalization Ruggedization – TRENDING IN OPTICS: EPISODE 5

Athermalization ruggedization is done to maintain imaging performance through significant temperature swings, which is ideal for applications like aerospace.

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Manufacturing to Meet Your Needs

Meeting your needs is our number one priority.

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Modifying Stock Optics Tip #5: Make Multiple Modifications At Once

Join Andrew Fisher, Manufacturing R&D Engineer at Edmund Optics, as he discusses some tips for modifying stock optical components to fit your application's needs.

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Optical Filter Coatings: Comparison of Traditional and Hard-Sputtered

Confused about the differences between traditional-coated and hard-coated optical filters?

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EO Global Manufacturing Facilities

Edmund Optics® (EO) manufactures millions of precision optical components and subassemblies every year in our 5 global manufacturing facilities.

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Introduction to Laser Optics Lab

The Laser Optics Lab video series discusses laser optics concepts including specifications, coating technologies, product types, and more

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Polarization Overview - Part 1: Polarization Basics

Polarizers are optical components designed to filter, modify, or analyze the various polarization states of light.

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How an Aspheric Lens is Made

Edmund Optics® manufactures thousands of precision aspheric lenses per month in our asphere manufacturing cell that operates 24 hours a day.

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Powered by EO: High Performance Sensing by Ocular Robotics

The Future Depends on Optics®

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Modifying Stock Optics: Additional Options

Join Andrew Fisher, Manufacturing R&D Engineer at Edmund Optics, as he discusses some tips for modifying stock optical components to fit your application's needs.

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Fresnel Lens Review

Fresnel lenses are composed of a series of concentric grooves etched into one side of a sheet of plastic. Fresnel lenses are unlike typical spherical or aspherical optical lenses.

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Light Pipe Overview

Light pipes are optical components that are typically used to increase the uniformity of a light source or to direct light.

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Polarization Overview - Part 2: Waveplates & Retarders (Advanced)

Waveplates and retarders are optical components designed to transmit light while modifying its polarization state without attenuating, deviating, or displacing the beam.

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First Contact Polymer Solution

First Contact Polymer Solution is an easy-to-use liquid polymer for cleaning the surfaces of lenses and other optical components (see below for a more extensive list)

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