Building Better Lenses: An advanced manufacturing and assembly training seminar

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Are you ready to build better lenses? Roll up your sleeves and join us for an immersive and hands-on training seminar on optical lens assembly, manufacturing, and measurement techniques. Led by experienced industry experts, you’ll learn the most advanced techniques to improve incoming inspection, increase first pass-yields, and discover a new way of designing and assembling optics. Our three-day training seminar will have you building multi-element lens assemblies using cutting-edge instruments to measure, bond and align each element.

But it’s not just about the training! We’ve planned a group dinner on the first night of the seminar, so you can connect with TRIOPTICS experts and fellow attendees. Daily coffee, snacks, and lunch will be provided, so you’ll be fueled up and ready to learn. Don’t miss this opportunity to elevate your skills to the next level. Register now for an experience that will transform the way you work!

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    Dr. Christian Buss

    Dr. Christian Buss creates ultra-precision machine tools that solve optics fabrication problems. In 2014, he received his doctorate degree from the University of Aachen for his contribution to the production technology of spline-interpolated freeform optics. Christian joined TRIOPTICS, now a member of the JENOPTIK group, in 2013. Amongst his first projects where alignment turning machines for large, mounted lenses with diameters up to 800 mm. Today, he leads the R&D department for the development of alignment turning processes and machines to speed up the production of high-performance objective lenses.

    Dr. Patrik Langehanenberg

    After completing a doctorate in 2009 for his work in the field of low coherence digital holographic microscopy from the University of Muenster, Germany, Dr. Patrik Langehanenberg joined TRIOPTICS GmbH where he leads the division for Metrology and Process Technology for Optics Manufacturing (MPO). He is particularly focused on advancing solutions in the field of centration testing and optomechanical characterization of optical components and systems.

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