DOE Combinations (April 17, 2018)
Is it possible to combine two DOE functions into one element? Perhaps a double Top Hat (Top Hat with Multi-Spot),
or several axicons in a single output? Click here to read more about the advantages of DOE combinations.
Newsletter (March 2018)
DOE: Myth or Fact? (February 13, 2018)
In honor of HOLO/OR's 29th anniversary, we decided to debunk a few myths and confirm some truths about our diffractive optical elements.
Discover the truth here.
DOE: Minimizing Zero Order (February 7, 2018)
New design and manufacturing techniques allow for challenging configurations of beamsplitters and diffractive axicon beam shapers.
Read more in HOLO/OR's most recent publication here.
Cinema2Go-HOLO/OR Partnership (January 22, 2018)
HOLO/OR is happy to announce a new strategic partnership with Cinema2Go (C2G).
C2G is a start-up developing novel solutions in low vision/near eye displays based on biocular magnifiers, AR and VR technologies. Find out more here.
Newsletter (Jan 2018)
DOE Expander module video (December 21, 2017)
Take a look at our latest video on the DOE Expander--an optical module meant to increase DOE divergence angle when it would otherise be beyond manufacturing capabilities.
Watch it here. Visit our DOE Expander page for more information.
Dual Wavelength F-Theta lens (December 20, 2017)
HOLO/OR is offering a Diffractive F-Theta lens with Dual Wavelength lens for medical treatments and scanner systems.
This option eliminates the need to place the Dual Wavelength lens inside the scanner. Read more about it here.
DOE Tuner module video (November 16, 2017)
Check out Holo/Or's new informational video about the DOE Tuner module, used for the fine tuning of input and output of laser parameters. Watch it
here. Visit our DOE Tuner page for more information.
Newsletter (Oct 2017)
How ultrashort laser pulses influence beam-shaping optics (September 13, 2017)
Check out our newest publication in Laser Focus World on the effects of ultrashort laser pulses on beam-shaping optics. Read it here.
P-code for Top Hat simulation (July 27, 2017)
The P-code available for simulating Top Hat elements in MATLAB has just been updated to include tolerance simulations. Download it now from our Top Hat applications page.
LeanLine M2 module video (July 10, 2017)
Holo/Or's prototype LeanLine module transforms a multimode laser beam into a thin laser line. Watch this demonstrated here,
and learn how the LeanLine system can be utilized in various high power industrial applications. Visit our LeanLine page for more information.
Multi Lines custom beam shaper (June 22, 2017)
Check out our new line of Multi Line custom beam shapers. These elements can split an input beam into several homogenized lines. Visit our Custom Beam Shaper page for more information.
Fiber Coupling application (June 15, 2017)
Beam splitter elements can be effectively used for fiber coupling. HOLO/OR has designed a new line of Multispot products for this application.
Beam Splitter BlackBox for Vitual Lab (April 5, 2017)
HOLO/OR constantly strives to make our products easier for analysis and integration within custom systems.
We see high value in supplying BlackBox models of our Diffractive Beam Splitters in VirtualLab Fusion - Physical Optics Software.
Mode Convertor Product Page (Mar 13, 2017)
HOLO/OR has launched a new product category- mode converter plates. These can be used for STED and fiber coupling applications to shape the propagation modes as desired.
Application notes of EDOF elements (Mar 01, 2017)
Elongated Focus (EF) elements can be used to achieve a far longer depth of focus compared to a Gaussian beam. HOLO/OR has added a new application notes section detailing the proper use of EF DOE.
BSDF manual - files for Zemax integration (Jan 19, 2017)
HOLO/OR's Diffractive Homogenizers can now be integrated into Zemax, by using our freely downloadable BSDF files (Bidirectional Scattering Distribution Function).
Read more in our manual
Randomized Array of Diffractive Axicons (RADA) (Jan 12, 2017)
This design is insensitive to centration alignment and beam symmetry and will be a perfect fit for multi-mode laser sources.
The design is available in a binary version (DA-040) with efficiency ~ 80 % and a multilevel high efficiency version with efficiency ~ 95 %.