Anteryon’s wafer optics technology

Manufacturing Micro system technology MEMS/NEMS Optics
Mikroniek 2010-2 by Frans Zuurveen 2 April 2012

Traditionally and physically, glass and spherical shapes are the preferred parameters when designing and manufacturing lenses. But miniaturization, imaging quality improvement and price-reducing mass production demand for aspherics as forms and plastics as materials. Examples of this trend are the optics in modern mobile phones, which are able to take and transmit pictures and video films. Thanks to its unique WaferOptics® process, Anteryon in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, succeeded in producing such optical systems in huge quantities at challenging cost prices.


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