ABOUT THE SEMINAR
Optomechanical setups can be designed to be compact and stable, while ensuring traceability of the optical system. With the ability to integrate additional optical and mechanical components, a multitude of optomechanical set ups become possible to meet specific experimental needs. During this webinar we will feature the LINOS Microbench – The Original 30 mm Optical Cage System – which is a compact optomechanical component system in which the optics are precisely positioned via mounting plates and holders along 4 stainless steel rods. The sophisticated design of its components – which also allows complex three-dimensional setups – makes the system ideal for use in numerous applications such as measurement and inspection equipment, interferometry or illumination and imaging setups, to name just a few. In addition to their use in series products of the optical industry, the system and its components are also excellently suited for research and development, prototyping or for demonstration purposes in teaching.
Patrick Janassek is Product Manager of our Catalog Business Segment at Excelitas Technologies, which includes a wide range of standard optical and optomechanical components. He is also responsible for the worldwide application support for these products and holds a Master of Science in Physics from Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany.