Resolve Optics Ltd (Chesham, UK) is an internationally respected developer and supplier of application optimised lenses and optical designs for small and large high technology businesses. Though we supply custom lenses and optical systems to customers operating in a broad array of different markets – we are internationally renowned for our expertise and knowledge of the aerospace, space, and nuclear industries in particular. On receipt of a design enquiry our talented team of optomechanical design engineers start with an in-depth review of the target application and performance specifications required of the custom optics. We ask additional questions about to gain a complete understanding of the project and overall business goals. On agreement of the project design specification, we become OEM partners with a common goal to create a state-of-the-art optical solution tailored to your exact needs. We pride ourselves on quickly translating each customers requirements into an optimised optical design, running projects successfully, and manufacturing production quantities of lenses or optical products on time, to the specified quality and target price. Our overall goal is to deliver to you optimised custom lenses and optical systems that fulfil your needs and help increase your competitive edge and profitability.
Application Optimised UV Lenses
Space-ready Optics for Micro and Nanosatellites
Large Format Lenses for High Resolution Camera & Sensors
High Resolution Radiation Tolerant Lenses
Wideband Lens for Lunar Rover Microscope
Lens Design Adapted to Fit Existing Radiation Tolerant Camera
Specialist Optics for Nuclear Systems Integrators
High Clarity Zoom Lens for Nuclear Sensors
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Dr. Mustafa Kansiz
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