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1. Load an OpticStudio file
Load all lenses, mirrors, sources, and detectors from OpticStudio® as SOLIDWORKS parts. No need to use a STEP, IGES, or STL files.
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2. Design using exact optical geometry
Start designing mechanical structures around optical components in minutes using the exact component data. By using the OpticStudio file, you retain the integrity of the data so you don’t have to go through the hassle of redefining optical geometry or positions.
3. Apply a surface finish
Apply surface finishes to mechanical components to accurately model their scattering properties.
4. Validate your designs
Analyze your optomechanical system for changes is spot size, beam clipping, and image contamination caused by mechanical components. You can easily modify the mechanical design and reassess changes in performance.
5. Generate ISO 10110 drawings
ave time and provide clarity to manufacturers by generating ISO 10110 drawings from your imported optical components.5. Generate ISO 10110 drawings Save time and provide clarity to manufacturers by generating ISO 10110 drawings from your imported optical components.
LensMechanix works with both Creo and SOLIDWORKS.
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