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Ray Splitting in LensMechanix
July 13th 2016
LensMechanix is the new SOLIDWORKS add-in from Zemax for opto-mechanical product development. LensMechanix is used to create assemblies that represent real-world applications and to visualize complex interactions of light with mechanical and optical components. Many optical systems use ray splitting to accomplish a specific set of design tasks.
In this webinar, you will learn:
What ray splitting is and when it is important to use
How to setup analyses to visualize ray splitting
to model dichroic mirrors, beam splitters, and diffraction gratings
About the Presenters:
Esteban Carbajal is the LensMechanix Opto-Mechanical Engineer.
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