Single point diamond turning was added to the Jupiter, FL facility in 2010 extending the total custom optics capabilities of JENOPTIK in
the United States.
Infrared materials including germanium (Ge) , calcium fluoride (CaF2), zinc sulfide (ZnS), zinc selenide (ZnSe), aluminium (Al) and chalcogenide glasses like AMTIR are turned.
These new US based capabilities compliment the extensive diamond turning capabilities of JENOPTIK AG in Jena, Germany.
Unique Pairing with Infrared Microoptics
Leveraging our wafer scale fabrication technologies in Huntsville, AL, JENOPTIK has the unique capability to fabricate microoptics in the same range of infrared materials using state of the art lithographic techniques. The ability to pair diamond turned infrared optics with highly efficient wafer level infrared microoptics is a unique capability that allows for truly “one of a kind” optical solutions.
Jenoptik lens designers address optical design, tolerancing and manfuacturability of lenes, microoptics and optical systems. Primary tools include Zemax and LightTrans VirtualLab™ optical design tools.
Compliments Polished Asphere Manufacture
Complimentary capabilities in the Jupiter facility including profilometry, stitching apheric interferometry, CMM, an MRF computer controlled polishing allow for meeting a broad range of unique and demanding figure and surface quality requirements.
Commercial and Government Applications
JENOPTIK Optical Systems has facilities in Jupiter, FL, Easthampton, MA and Huntsville, AL and is a key supplier of polished optical components and sub assemblies for defense applications. The diamond turning capability is an extended capability to better serve these customers along with other commercial requirements.
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