LightPath Technologies announces full optical system glass

Recent technological advances have given LightPath Technologies (Albuquerque, NM) the ability to cost-effectively produce its Gradium lenses in all sizes and volumes. The company reports it has added Gradium crown and biaxial lenses to its repertoire, which should allow the company to broaden its market from industrial-laser, medical-imaging, and wafer-inspection applications to include digital cameras, ultraminiature color video-conferencing cameras, color fax-machine lenses, and high-power sol

Mar 1st, 1998

LightPath Technologies announces full optical system glass

Recent technological advances have given LightPath Technologies (Albuquerque, NM) the ability to cost-effectively produce its Gradium lenses in all sizes and volumes. The company reports it has added Gradium crown and biaxial lenses to its repertoire, which should allow the company to broaden its market from industrial-laser, medical-imaging, and wafer-inspection applications to include digital cameras, ultraminiature color video-conferencing cameras, color fax-machine lenses, and high-power solar concentrators.

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