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LensMechanix 4.0 streamlines collaboration between optomechanical and optical engineers. Load optical designs directly into SOLIDWORKS while maintaining complete design fidelity. Analyze the impact of the mechanical design on optical performance.
LensMechanix enables you to share optical and mechanical designs between OpticStudio and SOLIDWORKS without loss of information or a cumbersome back-and-forth process.
Design optomechanical assemblies with precision. LensMechanix eliminates the guesswork and maintains design fidelity throughout the process.
Calculate and display the propagation of light through optomechanical systems to catch and correct design issues before making a physical prototype.
Load both sequential and non-sequential designs into SOLIDWORKS as native SOLIDWORKS components, eliminating STEP, IGES, or STL files.
Display optical tolerance data in SOLIDWORKS to help you make informed decisions.
Quickly identify the source of stray light or beam path infringement by showing light traveling through the optomechanical system.
Share entire optomechanical assemblies with the optical engineer as ZAR files. This preserves all design data in native file formats and simplifies collaboration.
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Thousands of organizations use our software to develop cutting-edge optical products. Here’s what a few of them have to say.
"LensMechanix is going to help us give our customers better products faster, and drive growth for Global Surgical. We’ve just scratched the surface of what it can do."
Tim Stiefferman, Mechanical Engineer
"LensMechanix makes my life easier. I used to have to create the parts from scratch. Now that I have actual lens data, my optical engineer doesn’t have to generate tables and I don’t have to generate part files."
Harold Brunt, Vice President and Mechanical Engineer
"Before LensMechanix, we guessed a lot. We would manage stray light in fairly crude ways, with paint or photo-etched apertures or a host of secondary components. Not getting it right the first time is a huge expense."
Dave Rook, Mechanical Engineer
Zemax training accelerates your ability to bring individuals and teams up to speed on the latest technologies in optical system design and optomechanical design.
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