Top 5 ways to design an optomechanical virtual prototype in Creo

LensMechanix for Creo makes the optomechanical design process easier for mechanical engineers, by enabling engineers to quickly ascertain compliance with the optical engineer’s specifications. LensMechanix for Creo addresses all issues associated with the optomechanical design process, from sharing the initial optical design, assessing how your mechanical design affects the optical performance, and achieving final validation prior to building the first prototype.

Learn how to:

  • Load an OpticStudio file directly into Creo

  • Design using exact optical geometry

  • Apply a surface finish for stray light control (image contamination)

  • Run a ray trace to validate your designs

  • Generate ISO 10110 drawings

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