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Session
EOSMOS Plenary Session: The future of optical fabrication - demand, supply and technology
Time:
Wednesday, 26/Jun/2019:
14:00 - 15:30

Session Chair: Sven Schröder, Fraunhofer IOF, Germany
Location: Room 21 (ICM, 2nd Floor)

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Presentations
14:00 - 14:45
Plenary
ID: 163 / EOSMOS Plenary Session: 1
Manufacturing, Tolerancing, and Testing of Optical Systems (MOS)

The Future of Optical Fabrication -demand, supply and technology

David Walker

Zeeko Ltd., United Kingdom

The future of optical fabrication -demand, supply and technology



14:45 - 15:00
ID: 181 / EOSMOS Plenary Session: 2
Manufacturing, Tolerancing, and Testing of Optical Systems (MOS)

Analysis Of Residual Errors During Computer Controlled Polishing

Simon Killinger, Alexander Haberl, Rolf Rascher

TH Deggendorf, Germany

In computer controlled subapertur polishing the formation of mid spatial frequency errors (MSFE) needs special attention. In this work the formation of MSFE in feed direction is investigated using the ADAPT tool from Satisloh.



15:00 - 15:15
ID: 176 / EOSMOS Plenary Session: 3
Manufacturing, Tolerancing, and Testing of Optical Systems (MOS)

Fields of Application for Laser Beam Polishing of Optical Glasses

Anne-Marie Schwager, Jens Bliedtner, Kerstin Götze, Michael Seiler, Tino Ritz, Christoph Letsch

Ernst-Abbe-University of Applied Sciences Jena, Germany

Conventional manufacturing of freeform optics is expensive and elaborate. The laser beam as a polishing tool offers the possibility to produce optical surfaces fast and effective.

The aim of new research on laser beam polishing of optical glasses is to achieve a polished surface finish irrespective of the surface geometrics. Laser beam polishing of minerals glasses such as N-BK7, BF33 and fused silica enables surface roughness of less than Ra < 5 nm by form maintenance. By means of self-design setup, the adaption of laser beam polishing on glass cylinders, lenses or freeform is possible.



 
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