[aµs] advanced microoptic systems gmbh was founded early 1996 in Saarbruecken, Germany.
The company has at its nucleous a highly respected and experienced technical staff.
Joining today’s world-class leaders in microoptics are the scientists and technicians in the
[aµs] advanced microoptic systems gmbh, a team of nearly 20 experienced specialists with extensive
experience in microstructuring fused silica, optical glass and plastics. Their sophisticated design and
manufacturing equipment is housed in the 800m2 facility including 250m2 of clean rooms. Through
their unique state-of-the-art microoptical components, refractive microlenses and microlens arrays,
the [aµs] specialists can manipulate a beam of light to create a specific beam cross-section or a specific
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Refractive microlenses and lenslet arrays appeal to the OEM customers for a wide range of applications
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bundling for medical instruments, optosensorics, telecommunications, laser optics, measurement systems,
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