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MICrO-OPTICS Micro Lens Array Milling on Large Wafers

2009-12-17  Micro Lens Arrays (MLA) containing thousands of lenses with an aspheric shape and a precise position on large sub-strates are used in sensor devices directly or as master moulds for the low-cost rep-lication of micro lenses in an array. They have to fulfill the high requirements in wafer scale manufacturing of small optics. This high volume manufacturing method for low-cost but effective micro optics re-lies on the sandwich-like assembly of the sensors and optical components like lens-es as well as mechanical components like apertures and spacers on wafer level. Af-ter joining all components the dicing re-sults in a batch of wafer level cameras for the use in cellular phones or webcams.Micro Lens Arrays

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Micro Lens Array Milling on Large Wafers Scheiding

2011-2-4  Micro Lens Arrays are also a centrepiece of today's sensor products, either to raise the fill factor and collect more light on each pixel or to deflect the incoming beam to measure the aberrations of the wavefront, the working principle of the Hartmann‐Shack sensor.

Microlens Arrays Microlens Array Holographix LLC

2021-7-15  Holographix designs and produces cost-effective, high quality custom microlens arrays to demanding customer specifications. We manufacture a wide range of arrays, from basic spherical to more complex diffractive and aspheric profiles. Holographix’ microlens arrays

Ultra-precision diamond milling of aspheric microlens

2013-6-22  In this paper, the tool setting error compensation method and the tool path of UPDM has been developed for the fabrication of a 5 by 5 AMLA model. The form accuracy and surface roughness of each lenses of the AMLA was less than 0.2μm and 5nm, respectively. And the pitch error of each micro lens was less than 2μm in 25 micro lenses.

OSA fabrication of miniature lens arrays by

A novel method for fabricating lens arrays and other non-rotationally symmetric free-form optics is presented. This is a diamond machining technique using 4 controlled axes of motion X, Y, Z, and C. As in 3-axis diamond micro-milling, a diamond ball endmill is mounted to the work spindle of a 4-axis ultra-precision computer numerical control (CNC) machine.

fabrication of miniature lens arrays by four-axis

With micro-milling, each 5 mm diameter lens would require approximately one hour for the finish cut at 0.4 mm 2 /min, totaling 8 days of uninterrupted machining time for the all the lenses in the arrays [9,23]. This much fabrication time adds up to a prohibitive expense for prototyping novel, complex, arrayed imaging devices.

fabrication of miniature lens arrays by four-axis

Unlike 3-axis micro-milling, the C-axis is used to hold the cutting edge of the tool in contact with the lens surface for the entire cut. This allows the feed rates to be doubled compared to the current state of the art of micro-milling while producing an optically smooth surface with very low surface form error and exceptionally low radius error.

OSA Large-scale fabrication of micro-lens array by

S. Scheiding, A. Y. Yi, A. Gebhardt, R. Loose, L. Li, S. Risse, R. Eberhardt, and A. Tünnermann, “Diamond milling or turning for the fabrication of micro lens arrays: comparing different diamond machining technologies,” Proc. SPIE 7927, 79270N (2011). [Crossref]

Replication of precise polymeric microlens arrays

2012-1-13  The microlens arrays consist of 100 lenses in a 10 × 10 array with a lens radius of 273 μm, a lens diameter of 300 μm and a lens depth of 45 μm. Pitch between the lenses is fixed at 800 μm. The injection molding parameters were optimized to get precise microlens geometries with

Micro Lens Array Milling on Large Wafers Scheiding

2011-2-4  Micro Lens Arrays (MLA) containing thousands of lenses with an aspheric shape and a precise position on large substrates are used in sensor devices directly or as master moulds for the low‐cost replication of micro lenses in an array. They have to fulfill the high requirements in wafer scale manufacturing of small optics.

Ultra-precision diamond milling of aspheric microlens

2013-6-22  The applications of AMLA (aspheric micro lens array) have been frequently required in opto-electro industries, such as optical communication, contact image sensor (CIS)

fabrication of miniature lens arrays by four-axis

A novel method for fabricating lens arrays and other non-rotationally symmetric free-form optics is presented. This is a diamond machining technique using 4 controlled axes of motion X, Y, Z, and C. As in 3-axis diamond micro-milling, a diamond ball endmill is mounted to the work spindle of a 4-ax

Diamond milling or turning for the fabrication of

Diamond-micro milling and ultra-precision free-form turning technologies for fabricating micro lens arrays (MLA) with a large number of lenslets are explained in detail and compared. Besides the programming of the toolpath, correction loops and cutting parameters are presented. Both technologies are compared regarding achievable form deviation, roughness and economic factors like machining time.

fabrication of miniature lens arrays by four-axis

With micro-milling, each 5 mm diameter lens would require approximately one hour for the finish cut at 0.4 mm 2 /min, totaling 8 days of uninterrupted machining time for the all the lenses in the arrays [9,23]. This much fabrication time adds up to a prohibitive expense for prototyping novel, complex, arrayed imaging devices.

OSA fabrication of miniature lens arrays by

A novel method for fabricating lens arrays and other non-rotationally symmetric free-form optics is presented. This is a diamond machining technique using 4 controlled axes of motion X, Y, Z, and C. As in 3-axis diamond micro-milling, a diamond ball endmill is mounted to the work spindle of a 4-axis ultra-precision computer numerical control (CNC) machine.

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Replication of precise polymeric microlens arrays

2012-1-13  A simple and novel combination of ultra-precision diamond ball-end milling and micro injection molding technique is described to produce precise microlens arrays out of polycarbonate (PC), polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) as well as polystyrene (PS). The microlens arrays consist of 100 lenses in a 10 × 10 array with a lens radius of 273 μm, a lens diameter of 300 μm and a lens depth of 45 μm.

OSA Large-scale fabrication of micro-lens array by

Fast/slow tool servo (FTS/STS) diamond turning is a very promising technique for the generation of micro-lens array (MLA). However, it is still a challenge to process MLA in large scale due to certain inherent limitations of this technique. In the present study, a novel ultra-precision diamond cutting method, as the end-fly-cutting-servo (EFCS) system, is adopted and investigated for large

Micro milling tool made of nano-polycrystalline

2017-1-1  In the preliminary cutting experiments, a micro lens array mold with many concave spheres was machined using the developed NPCD milling tool as shown in Fig. 4.The SiC workpiece was chucked to the Z-axis table with a workpiece jig.The micro lens array molds were machined on the workpieces of SiC, CVD-SiC or single crystalline SiC using the round shaped tool depicted in Fig. 2(a).

Ultra-precision diamond milling of aspheric microlens

2013-6-22  The applications of AMLA (aspheric micro lens array) have been frequently required in opto-electro industries, such as optical communication, contact image sensor (CIS)

Microlens Arrays Microlens Array Holographix LLC

2021-7-15  Holographix designs and produces cost-effective, high quality custom microlens arrays to demanding customer specifications. We manufacture a wide range of arrays, from basic spherical to more complex diffractive and aspheric profiles. Holographix’ microlens arrays

Fabrication of plastic microlens array for array

2010-10-1  Keywords: array microscopy, lens array, diamond milling, micro-milling. Go to: It is therefore the goal of this study to show the capability of 3-D diamond milling to produce high power lens arrays directly in plastic with state of the art form accuracy and optical quality surface roughness. Both types of lens shapes, concave and convex

Ultra-precise lens-array tooling from Kaleido. Meet us

2008-6-6  Micro-milling offers lens-arrays with high N.A. and complex shapes including gold-wing lenses and even free-form shapes. Kaleido Technology can accomplish form accuracies better than lambda/4 (PV)and lens pitch control better than 3 µm on 300 mm wafers.

fabrication of miniature lens arrays by four-axis

With micro-milling, each 5 mm diameter lens would require approximately one hour for the finish cut at 0.4 mm 2 /min, totaling 8 days of uninterrupted machining time for the all the lenses in the arrays [9,23]. This much fabrication time adds up to a prohibitive expense for prototyping novel, complex, arrayed imaging devices.

Replication of optical microlens arrays using photoresist

standard computer-numerical-control (CNC) milling machine was used to make a rough mold in steel. Surface treatment of the steel mold by spray milling or turning for the fabrication of micro lens arrays: comparing different diamond machining technologies,” Proc. SPIE . 7927, 79270N (2011).

Fabrication of Microlens Array and Its Application: A

2018-2-27  C Y Chang, S Y Yang, L S Huang, et al. Fabrication of polymer microlens arrays using capillary forming with a soft mold of micro-holes array and UV-curable polymer. Optics Express, 2006, 14(13): 6253-6258. 36. C Pan, T Wu, M Chen, et al. Hot embossing of micro-lens array on bulk metallic glass. Sensors and Actuators A: Physical, 2008, 141(2

Fabrication of a double-sided micro-lens array by a

2011-7-12  Micro-lens arrays (MLAs) are widely used in optical systems [1, 2], such as liquid crystal displays (LCDs), focal-plane elements, color filters and micro-scanners.MLAs can shape the light and create a uniform level of energy intensity. Compared with one-sided MLAs, double-sided MLAs, with a suitable optical design, increase the uniformity of the light intensity.

Micro milling tool made of nano-polycrystalline

2017-1-1  In the preliminary cutting experiments, a micro lens array mold with many concave spheres was machined using the developed NPCD milling tool as shown in Fig. 4.The SiC workpiece was chucked to the Z-axis table with a workpiece jig.The micro lens array molds were machined on the workpieces of SiC, CVD-SiC or single crystalline SiC using the round shaped tool depicted in Fig. 2(a).

Ductile machining of single-crystal silicon for

2017-4-1  As test cuts, spherical micro dimples were machined on a p-type single-crystal silicon (001) wafer.The shape and crystal orientation of the lens dimples on the workpiece are schematically shown in Fig. 1.Each dimple has a designed diameter of 320 µm and a curvature radius (R d) of 2.563 mm, thus the depth of the dimple (D) is 5 µm. The dimples are located 1 mm away from the workpiece center