New products, new developments


QEED - research project for biomarker detection with quantum light

Sill Optics is part of the research project QEED (funding code QEED 13N16379) of the responsible project sponsor VDI Technologiezentrum.

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…

Heat conduction joining with the Multispot focusing lens

Despite the rapid development of modern lasers, the Gaussian intensity distribution often leads to problems especially in laser material processing.…

Telecentric lenses optimized for white LEDs

Because of the dispersion of white light which consists of all wavelengths in the visible range lenses for such color applications must be specially…

Sill Optics closes gap in portfolio for large format C-Mount lenses

Sill Optics is responding to the increased demand for C-mount lenses for large sensors with a new series of telecentric lenses. 

2x magnifying telecentric lens with integrated liquid lens

Sill Optics has developed a 2x magnifying telecentric lens with large aperture and integrated liquid lens for focus adjustment.

Product Portfolio Realignment

Sill Optics has been developing and producing telecentric imaging lenses for over 40 years.

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, Wendelstein.
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Scan Lenses for Stereolithography

Scan Lenses for additive manufacturing.

New telephoto lenses for process observation

During process observation within VIS spectrum, chromatical aberrations occur caused by the difference in laser and observation wavelength.

New high power usableversion of the S4LFT0163/126

The thermal focus shift is typically a problem caused by optical glass lenses.

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…