Oleg Leonov and Cory Boone
While misunderstood and sometimes underutilized, aspheres have emerged as a versatile solution for a wide variety of optical problems—and their costs have steadily trended down. Here’s a look at how they’re fabricated and measured today.
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Publish Date: 01 November 2018
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