Technical Articles

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Navitar, Inc.


Navitar, Inc. has published these technical articles:

(Contract Manufacturing and Fabrication)
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Studies dating back to the JIT and Kanban concepts developed at Toyota Motor Company in the 1950's agree that lean manufacturing policies and procedures produce higher levels of quality and... (View Full Article)
(Optical Components)
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The information on this page is a compilation of basics intended to assist you in selecting the best optical components and systems for your specific applications.... (View Full Article)
(Video Cameras and Accessories)
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Global competition and rising product development costs are key issues for todays manufacturing companies. More and more organizations are realizing lower overall production costs by implementing... (View Full Article)
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Customer wanted a solution that would be much less expensive and more compact than a standard episcopic fluorescence microscope. The system also needed to be designed for use with inspection software... (View Full Article)
(Machine Vision Equipment)
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The customer needed to integrate a vision system that could inspect and measure small precision molded parts used in engine injectors (see illustration). One of the critical dimensions that needed to... (View Full Article)
(Light Sources)
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Development of an illumination solution that allows for long working distance inspection of semiconductor die before they are picked and placed onto gel or reel packaging. Illumination needed to be... (View Full Article)
(Video Equipment)
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A fixed magnification fluorescent imaging system that will offer 40X optical magnification, image and detect fluorescing material in the sub 50 um range, and allow for changing of the barrier filter... (View Full Article)
(Lasers)
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Simple focusing and collimating of laser light can often be accomplished by using a single lens element. However the focused spot size, energy intensity and image quality are all dependent on, not... (View Full Article)
(Optical Components)
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Some focusing applications may require a higher degree of aberration correction than can be achieved in single lenses such as Bestforms. Whether correction over larger apertures, several wavelengths... (View Full Article)
(Lasers)
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Perfect Gaussian Laser beams are often characterized by a parameter known as beam divergence. Divergence is the angular spreading of light waves as they propagate through space. Even a perfect... (View Full Article)
(Optical Components)
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The failure of an optical lens to produce an exact point-to-point correspondence between the object and its resulting image. Various types are chromatic, spherical, coma, astigmatism and distortion.... (View Full Article)
(Optical Components)
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Developed for the Army's White Sands Missile Range, this precision zoom lens consists of 16 refractive elements with three stationary lens groups and two moving lens groups. Using optical... (View Full Article)
(Optical Components)
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A retardation plate is an optically transparent material which resolves a beam of polarized light into two orthogonal components; retards the phase of one component relative to the other; then... (View Full Article)
(Optical Components)
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A retardation plate is an optically transparent material which resolves a beam of polarized light into two orthogonal components; retards the phase of one component relative to the other; then... (View Full Article)
(Desktop Personal Computers)
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Research in biotechnology and biopharmaceuticals can be a daunting process. Visual analysis of microfluidics can be labor intensive.... (View Full Article)