1 February 1991 Problems of production of display holograms (Abstract Only)
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The process of manufacturing the display holograms on photographic plates rWr-03 is based on the interference copying of the reflection holograms from the reflection original /1/ followed by chemical treatment close to that recommended by the manufacturer of the photographic plates /2/. However, there is a number of salient features characteristic of the group production of the holograms. The aim of production is the serial manufacture of the ready for use articles-holographic elements designed for completing the goods for cultural and household needs or special-purpose goods as the main element or self-contained article. The holographic element is the hologram of rectangular, round, oval or other shape reconstructing the qualitative three-dimensional image and having a reliable protection of the photographic layer from external actions. It is implemented by introducing to the manufacturing process (in addition to the main operations of the exposure and chemical treatment of the holograms) the operations of moulding the holographic element, hermetic sealing of the photographic layer and applying the decorative or contrast coating. The paper discusses the problems of the manufacturing process, i.e. the optimization of the optical scheme and exposure procedure, selection of the modes of chemical treatment of the holograms, employment of the group tooling, meeting the requirements for the safety of the holographic elements, requirements for the production areas as well as the problems of mechanization and automation of the processes. In addition to this, the problems of organization of the production and sales of the holographic elements are briefly considered.
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V. A. Rumyantsev, V. A. Rumyantsev, } "Problems of production of display holograms (Abstract Only)", Proc. SPIE 1238, Three-Dimensional Holography: Science, Culture, Education, (1 February 1991); doi: 10.1117/12.19381; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.19381
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