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5 Steps to Design for Manufacturability

With manufacturability in mind, Zemax is changing the design paradigm to quickly balance nominal performance with high production yields.

Quick Yield, High-Yield Optimization and Tolerance Data Analyses enable optical designers to understand the impact of their design decisions at every stage of the process. Empowering optical design teams to better understand how their design choices impact tolerancing outcomes will not only reduce production costs, but will ultimately lead teams to get better products to market - faster.

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5 Steps to Design for Manufacturability

5 Steps to Design for Manufacturability

Designing for Manufacturability

Designing for Manufacturability

High-Yield Optimization: Streamlining the path to more easily manufacturable designs

High-Yield Optimization: Streamlining the path to more easily manufacturable designs

Green light on lidar - Developing low cost systems for autonomous vehicles

Green light on lidar - Developing low cost systems for autonomous vehicles

How to perform stray light analysis

How to perform stray light analysis

Contrast Loss Map in OpticStudio

Contrast Loss Map in OpticStudio

Optimizing for MTF Performance using Contrast Optimization

Optimizing for MTF Performance using Contrast Optimization

The future of optics: How optical product design will change the world

The future of optics: How optical product design will change the world

A manager’s four-step guide to buying optical product design and simulation software

A manager’s four-step guide to buying optical product design and simulation software

Virtual prototypes speed time to market for solid-state lidar

Virtual prototypes speed time to market for solid-state lidar

Optical design challenges in virtual and augmented reality

Optical design challenges in virtual and augmented reality

Get optical products to market faster using modern virtual prototyping

Get optical products to market faster using modern virtual prototyping

How to fail fast and smart during the optical product design process

How to fail fast and smart during the optical product design process

Six best practices for optical product design teams

Six best practices for optical product design teams

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