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Diffractive Optical Elements

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Diffractive optical elements (DOEs)


Diffractive optical elements (DOEs) shape and split laser beams in an energy-efficient manner. You can implement a broad range of applications with minimal light loss – examples of diffractive micro optics can be found in production facilities for laser material processing, in medical laser treatments and diagnostic instruments, in areas such as lighting, printing technologies, and lithography as well as in measuring and metrology systems. DOEs are used to pattern light in work areas for custom illumination. Hyperion Optics offers DOEs for all wavelengths across the spectrum.


As a reliable systems partner, Hyperion Optics supports you in all phases, ranging from the initial concept to manufacture and system integration. When combined with our very short production times, we contribute to your success right from the beginning of your development phase through to serial production.


We are good at diffractive optical element design, and we create a DOE using the Binary 2 surface with diffraction order m=1 to correct longitudinal color. The completed design can download from the last page of this article.We can expand our DOE manufacturing capability to Chalcogenide glass as well, which enables both aspherical and diffractive surface within one element to substantially decrease your overall cost meanwhile to achieve a compactable design.




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