This white paper provides an essential practical guide on the benefits of 3-D measurements of aspheres as well as a couple of real-world examples of parts that we have manufactured. This white paper also goes into detail why one may prefer measuring aspheres in 3-D over 2-D, not to review the merits of the individual technologies as they apply to specific shapes. Also, we will distinguish the difference between measuring aspheres in 2-D (form) and 3-D (irregularity).
This chart will explain our spherical and aspherical tolerance limits. This chart also provides materials we use, diameter range, coatings, lead time, core competencies, ideal quantities, and our top 10 Asphere design tips. This chart can be beneficial to our customers and potential new customers to know what our manufacturing limits are when specifying their optical components.
This inspection data reference guide goes into detail on what inspection data is and what all options LaCroix Precision Optics offers. We include our tolerance chart, first article inspection, coating, inspection data, material certifications, certificate of conformance, and ROHS certification in this guide. This will help customers know what we offer in order to verify their optics were made to specification.
Click "Download MIL-PRF-13830B Specifications" button below to instantly download the MIL-PRF-13830B Specifications we use to meet the Military Performance Specifications.
Click the button below to access this optical materials product information document for Corning HPFS 7979, 7980, and 8655 Fused Silica glasses. Included in this document is the HPFS summary of key attributes, quality grade selection chart, HPFS data and properties, mechanical and thermal properties, and the mirror quality grade selection chart. The internal transmittance and refractive index and dispersion are also included for HPFS 7979, 7980, and 8655 Fused Silica glasses.