Bifocal low cost Vortex design (Feb 24, 2013)
HOLO/OR introduced new Bifocal Vortex design. This is two phase level diffractive design which produces donut shaped beams at two focal planes. The new design has same technical benefit as standard Vortex design except of efficiency (37% at each donut shape). By using different focusing lenses, separation of two foci can be changed. Holo/Or is able to manufacture semi-standard elements for different wavelengths or custom design for specific distance separation between two donut shapes. VL-224 is a standard design in this category.
Low cost Vortex design with two donut shaped beams (Feb 5, 2013)
HOLO/OR introduced new Vortex design. This is two phase level diffractive design which produces two donut shaped beams at a focal plane or far field. The new design has same technical benefit as standard Vortex design except of efficiency (37% at each donut shape). Holo/Or is able to manufacture semi-standard elements for different wavelengths or custom design for specific pitch between two donut shapes. VL-221 and VL-222 are two standard designs in this category.
New Product: MF-001 Multifocal 5 foci (Jan 28, 2013)
HOLO/OR now offers a standard Multifocal lense 5 foci. Holo/Or is able to manufacture semi-standard elements for different wavelengths or custom design for number of foci and distance between foci requested by the customer. Click here to view its parameters
Hexagonal Lattice Multi Spot (Jan 01, 2013)
HOLO/OR now offers a Hexagonal Lattice Multi Spot alternative for a regular lattice 9x9. Click here to discover its advantages.
Square Donut Shape Vortex (Dec 30, 2012)
HOLO/OR now offers a Square Donut Shape in vortex lens category.More details.
Vortex topological charge m=2, m=3 and m=4 (Nov 29, 2012)
HOLO/OR added, in its standard products portfolio, vortex lenses with topological charges m=2, m=3 and m=4.
Beam shaper design Tool (Sep 10, 2012)
HOLO/OR published a completely free of charge Top-Hat design tool. The software provides intensity distribution for any Square shape Top-Hats. The designer is free to choose the wavelength, input diameter, spot size and working distance of his preference. Below link explains how to download and install and use the software. The user can receive a fast quotation for the design simulated.Link how to download and use the software.
Beam shaper design Tool (Matlab) (Aug 22, 2012)
Holo/Or published a Top-Hat design tool for MATLAB. This free of charge service provides intensity distribution for any Top-Hat. The designer is free to choose the wavelength, input diameter, spot size and working distance of his preference. A link will be provided to get a fast quotation for the design simulated. Link how to download P-Code.
Website (July 04, 2012)
Holo/Or launches its new version
MultiSpot Random (July 01, 2012)
Holo/Or now offers a MultiSpot Random 101x101 with very great angle (40 degrees @1064nm)
Beam Shaper Grid (Jun 27, 2012)
Holo/Or now offers a binary Beam shaper Grid 10x10 cells full angle 0.2degrees @532nm (beam size 6mm)
Beam Shaper MultiLines (May 06, 2012)
Holo/Or now offers a binary Beam shaper MultiLines (11 lines) full angle 0.2degrees @532nm (beam size 6mm)
MultiSpot Round (Apr 13, 2012)
Holo/Or now offers a Multispot Round 12 spots (custom solutions)
Beam Shaper Dollar (Mar 22, 2012)
Holo/Or now offers a binary Beam shaper dollar full angle 0.8degrees @633nm (beam size 1.2mm)
MultiSpot Cross (Jan 08, 2012)
Holo/Or now offers a Multispot Cross 19x13 (custom solutions)
MultiSpot Frame (Nov 12, 2011)
Holo/Or now offers a Multispot 9x9 Frame (custom solutions)
LightTrans (Sep 25, 2011)
Holo/Or is now an official distributor of VirtualLab optical modeling.
New HM product with high homogeneity (Oct 14, 2011)
Holo/Or announces a further improvement in our homogenizers & diffusers with smoother homogeneity performance.
F-Top: Beam shaper/Top-hat element with matching F-Theta lens (Sep 04, 2011)
Holo/Or now offers the ultimate beam shaping solution for your 1D scanning applications.
Collimated Beam Shaper/Top-Hat (Aug 12, 2011)
For applications requiring beam shaper/top-hat uniformity and consistent beam size over an extended range of working distances, Holo/Or presents the new collimated beam shaper/top-hat product
Diffractive Beam Splitters/Pattern generators (May 15, 2011)
Holo-Or now offers its Beam splitter with a 1x7 beams Pattern generator with suppressed side lobes.
Diffractive Beam Splitters/Pattern generators (Apr 11, 2011)
Holo-Or now offers its multispot with a 1x4 beams Pattern generator with suppressed side lobes.
Diffractive Beam Splitters/Pattern generators (Mar 1, 2011)
Holo/Or added elements to its Multispot series that generate a 2 Dimensional array of 8x8=64 points with high efficiency.
Our Tophat beam shapers convert a Gaussian input profile into a uniform intensity beam of any shape and size requested by the customer.
HOLO/OR offers a series of Stable-Top elements. These are similar to the Top-Hat beam-shaping, but are much less sensitive to misalignments.
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Our Homogenizer product line flexibly converts any collimated input beam profile into a well-defined beam with homogenized intensity and desired shape for any wavelength of interest from UV to 10.6um.
HOLO/OR offers Homogenizers and diffusers that consist of pure fused silica or
Znse with an optional high power AR V-Coating on both surfaces.
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Our beam splitting elements convert your input beam into a 1 or 2-dimensional array of beamlets in accordance with the customer's request for size and working distance.
HOLO/OR offers multiple-spot optical elements that combine diffractive pattern for
beam-multiplication with focusing plano-convex lens.
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Diffractive beam samplers are used to monitor high power lasers where optical losses and wavefront distortions of the transmitted beam need to be kept to a minimum.
In most applications, most of the incident light must to continue forward, "unaffected," in the "zero order" while a small amount of the beam is diffracted into a higher order, providing a "sample" of the beam.
By directing the sampled light in the higher order(s) onto a detector, it is possible to monitor, in real time, not only the power levels of a laser beam, but also its profile.
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In various laser applications, there is a need to convert a Gaussian laser beam into a donut-shaped energy ring. Our Vortex lens achieves exactly that.
HOLO/OR introduces The VL series Vortex lenses that consist of pure fused silica or ZnSe with an optional high power AR V-Coating on both surfaces.
optics opens unique possibilities to affect only one wavelength. In
multi-wavelength light beams the dual wavelength beam combiners are
diffractive optical elements used to combine two incident beams with
different wavelengths into the same focal point. In order to gain a super
imposed spot on a required plane one just have to place a transparent
diffractive optical element in the path of the laser beam towards the spot.
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Diffractive optics creates the possibility of transforming one incident beam into several output beams. Thus, instead of one focus typical for a refractive lens, it is possible to obtain several foci, located on the optical axis, each at its own working distance. Such lenses are called multifocal lenses. They are important for parallel zoom systems, optical sensors and ophthalmic applications. They can also be used as quasi elongated focus elements, with effectively larger depth of focus for material processing application.
Lenslet arrays are substrates covered with set
of micro diffractive lenses. The lenslet arrays perform as diffusers or for
local focusing and sampling. Diffractive lenslet array has the advantage of
fill factor 100%, which is higher than refractive lenslet array and low F#.
Aberration corrected microlenses for imaging systems can be easily
designed and produced. Holo-Or also offers 1-D microlens arrays, lenslet
arrays with shifted center.
Our Collimated beam shaping module is Holo/Or's tailored solution for applications requiring a wide working distance range or an extended depth of focus. With a Collimated beam shaper module, the uniform-intensity beam is maintained with high fidelity, power uniformity, and constant size/shape over an extended working distance range. The shape is well-defined with sharp edges, and can be round, square, rectangular, elliptical, a thin line, a cross, or any other dimension suiting the user.
F-Top product will improve the quality and efficiency of your 1D scanner system. Using a specially-designed combination of Beam shaper / Top-hat generator and matching F-Theta lens, you will get a well-defined square-shaped focus with your scanner whose power is evenly distributed over the focused spot. This ensures that the processing will have a clean edge and the processed surface will be even and smooth.
Visit us at LASER World of Photonics. The exhibition will take place from May 13-16 at Messe Munich GmbH, Munich, Germany. Holo/Or will exhibit it's products at booth B1 442.
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