New products, new developments

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DPE acquires majority stake in Sill Optics from PINOVA

Funds advised by Deutsche Private Equity DPE have acquired a majority stake in Sill Optics GmbH & Co. KG.
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Scan Lenses for Stereolithography

Scan Lenses for additive manufacturing.
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Trapped ion lenses for qubit development

During the last few years, the performance of our computers has increased while their size has been reduced. But there is a physical limit on this…
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New telephoto lenses for process observation

During process observation within VIS spectrum, chromatical aberrations occur caused by the difference in laser and observation wavelength.
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New high power usableversion of the S4LFT0163/126

The thermal focus shift is typically a problem caused by optical glass lenses.
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Telecentric scan lenses with 48 mm focal length

In general the rule in optics is that a large image sided NA means a small minimum spot size. So steeply focused, diffraction limited beams result in…
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Zoom beam expander for high power lasers

Sill Optics presents the new zoom beam expander S6EXZ0940/574 which is suitable for high power UV lasers at 355 nm.
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Optimization of UV lenses

UV lasers become increasingly popular among various domains in the laser industry.
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New lens series with coaxial illumination

Magnifying telecentric lenses occupy an intermediate position between macro lenses and microscope lenses.
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SWIR lenses with high resolution

To enable higher resolution for industry cameras, smaller pixels or larger sensor sizes are required.
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Bitelecentric lenses for highest requirements

Larger sensors, smaller pixels get more and more popular in the industrial machine vision, e.g. the IMX series of Sony with sensor sizes of 1.1” and…
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Telecentric lenses for large sensor size

Manufacturer of cameras offer larger sensor sizes with smaller pixels to achieve higher resolutions following the trend.