Sill Optics is part of some external research projects.
This project will make economic production of high aspect ratio molds possible by combining water guided laser machining and low coherence interferometry in one production machine.
Polarization sensitive wavefront sensors made of nanoscale gratings for characterization of thermal aberrations in high-energy laser lenses
Multimodal spectral control of laser processing with cognitive abilities.
Surface conditioning of copper materials for stabilization of continuous wave laser micro welding
Energy efficient remote welding of body work materials via innovative beam sources
Scanner based micro conductor laser surface cladding for selective coating.
Tomographic monitoring of 3D cell cultures from pluripotent stem cells
Development of a thermally compensated F-theta lens for „Selective Laser Melting.
Development of adaptive tool systems for the flexible and cost-efficient machining of advanced ceramic and metallic materials by laser- assistedmilling.
Precision drilling technique for manufacturing complex shaped drilled holes with high aspect ratio.