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Optical Prisms Review

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Can wedge prisms be used for beam stearing?

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What is the main application difference between the many types of prisms that you sell?

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I’d like to adhere two prisms together, how can I effectively achieve this? Is there a specific adhesive that you recommend?

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Introduction to Optical Prisms

Learn about the different types of optical prisms, their applications, and how to select the right prism for your specific system.

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Beam manipulation: prisms vs. mirrors

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CNC Glass Machining

Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machines used for complex geometry manufacturing are expanding their material capabilities. Learn more at Edmund Optics.

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Metallic Mirror Coatings

Want to learn more about metallic mirror coatings? Find information about standard and custom metallic mirror coatings that are available at Edmund Optics.

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Meet Francis Ang: Prism Champion

The Future Depends on Optics®

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What is the difference between using a cube beamsplitter and a plate (mirror-type) beamsplitter?

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How do I calculate my working distance after my image is reflected from a right angle prism?

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CNC Glass Machining

Edmund Optics® utilizes a wide range of CNC machining equipment including ultrasonic machining and high speed cutting (HSC) technology from DMG MORI® for the machining of complex optical component geometries.

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Optical Prism Application Examples

There are many types of optical prisms. Find examples, information, and applications for different types of optical prisms at Edmund Optics.

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I am looking for a lens with a specific diopter. How can I tell which magnifier is right for me?

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Choosing the Right Beam Expander with Dr. Mary Turner

Learn how to choose the right beam expander for your laser system in this tutorial from Dr. Mary Turner, Technical Fellow at Edmund Optics

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I’m looking for a way to invert my field of view. I’d like to invert the vertical not the horizontal dimension. Do you have a stock solution or do I have to look into custom?

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Prism Tunnel Diagrams

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Axicon Calculator

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Anamorphic Prism Pairs

Anamorphic prism pairs circularize elliptical laser beams, which results in smaller focused spot sizes.

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Introduction to Basic Ray Optics

An understanding of refraction and basic ray optics is a critical foundation for understanding more complicated optical concepts and technologies.

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Edmund Optics Manufacturing: We Make It

Edmund Optics (EO) manufactures over 5 million optical components every year at our global facilities in the Americas and Asia.

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Highly-Dispersive Mirrors

Ultrafast highly-dispersive mirrors are critical for pulse compression and dispersion compensation in ultrafast laser applications, improving system performance.

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EO Global Manufacturing Facilities

Edmund Optics® (EO) manufactures millions of precision optical components and subassemblies every year in our 5 global manufacturing facilities.

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Ultrafast Highly-Dispersive Mirrors

Pulse Compression and Dispersion Compensation for Ultrafast Lasers

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Hyperspectral and Multispectral Imaging

Hyperspectral imaging (HSI) and multispectral imaging (MSI) are two related technologies that make use of specialized vision systems to acquire extra image information from extended regions of the electromagnetic spectrum aside from the visible spectrum.

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Polarization Overview - Part 1: Polarization Basics

Polarizers are optical components designed to filter, modify, or analyze the various polarization states of light.

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Using C-Mount Components with the Optical Cage System

Edmund Optics' fixed, adjustable, and kinematic mounting components can easily be integrated into optical systems.

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Polarizer Selection Guide

Edmund Optics' Polarizer Selection Guide refines your search for a specific type of polarizer.

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Non-Line-of-Sight Imaging

Seeing around corners is no longer science fiction thanks to ultrafast lasers and sensitive cameras

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Selecting the Right Beamsplitter

Continuing from where Part I: X-Y Setup ends, learn how to add a Z-axis to an existing X-Y configuration to achieve three degrees of freedom.

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