temicon offers a wide diversity of standard structures on Nickel shims. Primarily these structures are used for applications in the field of R&D or for product- and process-development.
Ready-made Nickel shims offers the chance to test structures and processes in a cost-efficient way already at an early stage.
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Diffraction Grating HT-DG-500
Diffraction gratings can be used to optimise and enhance the performance of optical systems. Applications include the enhancement of light extraction out of light emission devices, such as LED or OLED sources by efficient light outcoupling from high-refractive index materials.
HT-DG-500 gratings from temicon are designed for the usage in R&D and product- and process-development.
Microlens Array HT-MLA-09
Microlens arrays control the light output of lighting elements to achieve homogenisation or beam shaping.
Unlike most other micro lens arrays, HT-MLAs have no dead area between the lenses i.e. the fill factor is 100% which results in an increased efficiency. The lenses are arranged in a honeycomb geometry with threedimensional intersections between the single lenses.
HT-MLA-09 series was specifically designed as a generic microlens array for R&D work, as well as for product and process development.
Engineered diffusers control light output of lighting elements and light sources like lasers, LEDs, light fixtures and blacklight units for LCDs. Engineered diffusers are surface diffusers with a very high transmission efficiency with transmission of 90% and beyond.
The HT-ED standard mold series was specifically designed as a set of multi-purpose engineered diffusers for R&D work, as well as for product and process development.
Antireflection Structure HT-AR-02
HT-AR-02 surface structures reduce the specular reflectivity from polymer surfaces down to below 0.2%.
temicon’s state of the art nano-optical imprinting molds represent the result of years of optical design work and cutting edge origination process development. HT-AR-02 molds have been specifically designed for high-performance AR applications used in R&D work, as well as for product and process development.