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Endoscopic Applications

What are endoscopic technologies? An endoscope is a minimally invasive medical technology device used for preventative, diagnostic, and surgery practices throughout the body: from identifying joint damage to lung examinations. These technologies were developed in the...

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Optical Coating 101

Introduction to optical coating Optical coatings are used to enhance the transmission, reflection or polarisation properties, and are composed of thin layers of oxides, rare earth materials, metals, and other metallic and dielectric materials. The performance of the...

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The Rise of AR/VR Systems and its Impact on Optical Demand

In 2020, the augmented (AR) and virtual reality (VR) market was valued at $14.84 billion, and is expected to grow to $454.73 billion within the next 10 years. However, with recent software advancements within the industry, the projected growth is most probably higher....

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Polymer Optics 101

Introduction to Polymer Polymer, one of the most used materials worldwide and exists commonly in everyday life is also a great alternative to glass materials for optical components. Many up and coming industries are incorporating polymer as their main optical...

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Big or Small; We Can Do It All!

  We talk a lot about our process and capabilities, but what better way to show what Addoptics is capable of than with our sample lenses. Our process can manufacture lenses from 3mm all the way to 150mm; which can contain micro elements down to 0,1mm.  ...

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