In the 1960s, it was discovered that the structures on the surface of moth eyes allow very significant reduction of light reflection.
Since then, this property has played a major role in many technical applications. This includes optics and display technology.
With laser interference lithography, temicon manufactures and supplies moth eye structures on surfaces up to a square meter.
Especially for lens systems made of polymer optics, in which many lenses are often arranged behind each other, anti-reflective coating to the surfaces brings decisive advantages.
Another advantage of functional surfaces with moth eye structures is their low production cost. No expensive vacuum process is needed — replication is done with an economical injection molding or roll-imprint process.
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