Simphoton is capable
of fabricating a wide variety of optical components with
various optical materials. The most important material
properties to consider for an optical element are transmission
versus wavelength, index of refraction, thermal characteristics,
mechanical and chemical characteristics and cost.
To select the right
materials seems overwhelming. The simplest way is to let
Simphoton know your applications, and we select them for
you. Basic optical material datasheet.
of glass optical components
|Dimension Tolerance: Commonly
+/-0.1mm; Up to +/-0.0003mm
Angle Tolerance : Commonly +/-3'; Up to+/-3"
Parallelism : Commonly +/-1'; Up to +/-0.5"
Flatness : Commonly Lfirstname.lastname@example.org ; Up to Lemail@example.com
Wavefront Distortion : Commonly Lfirstname.lastname@example.org ; Up to Lemail@example.com
Surface Quality: Commonly 60-40 scratch and dig; Up to 10-5
scratch and dig
Waveplate retardation Tolerance: Up to L/600
|Thin film optical coating
|Simphoton can product
a wide variety of coatings from simple single layer antireflection
coatings using Mg F2 and mirror coatings to complex multilayer
dielectric stacks. Typical types of dielectric coatings
are BBAR, V-coatings, Dual wavelength AR coatings, High
reflection coating and Sharp long pass or short pass filter
Click here for more coating details
|Waveplates, also called
retardation plates or phase shifters, can make a specified
phase difference between s-polarization and p-polariztion.
There are half waveplate and quarter wavplate.
Click here for more waveplate theory