Optical Surfaces Ltd, has been producing optical components and systems for more than 30 years and is now accepted as one of Europe's leading manufacturers of high-precision optics. Our list of products include:
The main workshops and test facilities are deep underground in a series of tunnels excavated in solid chalk where temperature remains constant and vibration is practically non-existent. With such stable conditions testing particularly with long path lengths become quantifiable and reliable.
Working with these natural advantages is a highly skilled team of craftsmen with a commitment to excellence in both product quality and customer service.
Interferometers routinely used include Zygo, Twyman Green, Scatterplate, Fizeau up to 600mm dia. Laser unequal path (LUPI) and point diffraction. They are able to test surface geometry, interfacing with our Wyko computer fringe analysis to confirm final wavefront.
Our production and test facilities are approved ISO 9002.
Part 2: Aspheric Lenses and Mirrors for Nuclear Research
Part 1: Aspheric Lenses and Mirrors for Nuclear Research
Alignment Method for an Off-Axis Paraboloid
How to Clean Protected Aluminium Coatings
Optical Performance Impacts of Microroughness
Optical Surfaces Optics Help ESO FEROS Spectrograph Find New Star
LIDAR System Uses Optical Surfaces Off-Axis Beam Expander to Monitor Inner City Atmospheric Pollution
Optical Surfaces Radiometer Optics Help Long Term Climate Monitoring
Fast Focusing Parabolic Mirror from Optical Surfaces Helps Vulcan Laser Achieve Interaction With Atomic Nuclei
Oxford University HIRDLS (High Resolution Dynamics Limb Sounder) Instrument Selects Optical Surfaces for Key Reference Testing Optics
South African Astrophysical Observatory Selects Schmidt Camera Optics from Optical Surfaces
Telescope Project Selects Optical Surfaces to Supply High Precision Spectrograph Optics
Ultra-Smooth Focusing Mirrors for High-Power Laser Experiments
Diffraction-Limited Mirrors Used to Produce Ultra-High Resolution Holographic Gratings
Elliptical Optical Flats & Coated Flat Mirrors
Fast Focusing On-Axis Parabolic Mirrors
Growing Demand for Ultra-high Precision Optics
Precision Reference & Transmission Optical Flats
High Magnification Beam Expander for Small Aperture Applications
Reference Flat Mirrors for Satellite Telescope Performance Verification
High Precision Prototype & Custom Optics
Telescope System for Zettawatt Equivalent Laser
Large Optical Windows for Military Sensing Applications
Infrared Collimators for Performance Testing of Thermal Cameras
Large Diameter Optics, Mirrors & Optical Mounts
Wideband Infrared Beamsplitter for Military Testing
Versatile Mounting System for Off-Axis Parabolic Mirrors
Hyperbolic Mirrors for Earth Observation Satellites
Primary Focusing Mirrors for Petawatt Laser Beamlines
Highly Efficient Fibre Optic Channel Plates
Large Diameter Reference Optical Flats
New Polishing Technique Improves Finesse of Fabry Perot Etalons
Concave Spherical Mirrors for Schlieren Imaging
Off-Axis Parabolic Mirrors Assist Accurate 3D Flight Tracking
Optimistic Outlook at Optical Surfaces Ltd.
Mounts and Mounted Optics for Optical Components
High Precision Prisms and Beamsplitters
Custom Optics and Optical Systems
Off-Axis Parabolic Mirrors
Optical Flats and Windows
OS Series Mounts - Enhance Your Optical Stability
Pre-Aligned Reflective Collimators
Easy-to-Use Reflective Beam Expanders
This product profile describes the features and applications of Mounts and Mounted Optics.
This product profile describes the features and characteristics of the zoom lens.
The Thermo Scientific™ ARL™ EQUINOX 3000 X-ray Diffractometer for research enables accurate measurements.
Prof. Wei Huang and Dr. Chenxin Ran
In this interview, AZoOptics talks with Prof. Wei Huang and Dr. Chenxin Ran about their paper analyzing the extraordinary role of metal halide perovskites in the optoelectronic industry. After discussing the progress and significance of this field over the past decade, their research looks toward the revolutionary devices of the future.
In this interview, AZoOptics talks to Davis Bowling, who provides guidance into extended reality (XR) optical testing and demonstrates how to optimize the testing process.
AZoOptics speaks to Jan Novotný, one of the founding members of Lightigo, about the significance of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) in the elemental analysis field. Discussing Lightigo's rapid technology, Novotný discusses the latest trends in LIBS technology and its many benefits in several applications.