26 February 2004 It's the subtleties that make the difference
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A small distinction of some micron makes an awful difference between spheres and aspheres. It takes special technological equipment to manufacture and test aspheric optics. This equipment is clearly distinguished from that for classical optics manufacturing. This paper deals with equipment installed at JENOPTIK L.O.S. and give results based on serial manufacturing of aspheres.
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Uwe Birnbaum, Uwe Birnbaum, Oliver R. Falkenstoerfer, Oliver R. Falkenstoerfer, Thomas Herrmann, Thomas Herrmann, Sven Koehler, Sven Koehler, Hans Lauth, Hans Lauth, J. Roeder, J. Roeder, R. Schreiner, R. Schreiner, } "It's the subtleties that make the difference", Proc. SPIE 5252, Optical Fabrication, Testing, and Metrology, (26 February 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.512933; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.512933
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