Alluxa is an ISO 9001:2008 certified, ITAR registered, highest performance optical filter and optical coating manufacturer located in Santa Rosa, CA. Founded in 2007 by a team of thin-film deposition veterans; Alluxa's core team brings together decades of expertise and diverse backgrounds in deposition, automation, metrology, and optics.
Choosing Optical Filter Mechanical Dimensions
Surface Quality Coating Specifications of an Optical Component
Imaging and Microscopy Fluorescence Filters
Redefining Performance Standards with Multiband Filters
Alluxa Flow Cytometry Filters
Thin-Film Optical Filters, What are They?
Measurement of High-Performance Thin-Film Optical Filters
Thin-Film Interference Filters for LIDAR
Using Plasma Deposited Hard Oxide Coatings with Ultra-Narrow Bandpass Optical Filters
Flattening < 0.1 Waves RMS with Dichroic & Polychroic Thin Film Filters
Advanced Thin Film Optical Filters for New Metrology Techniques such as Beam Attenuation
Next-Generation Thin-Film Optical Filters for Life Sciences
Replacing Laminated Soft Coatings with Front Surface Hard Optical Coatings
Using Non-Linear Optical (NLO) Systems for Thin-Film Optical Components
Precision Infrared Bandpass and Dual Bandpass Filter Technology
Improving Ultra Narrowband Optical Filters
Using Ultra-Narrowband Optical Bandpass Filters for Improving Transmission and Temperature Stability
Advanced Plasma Deposited Hard Coated Optical Bandpass and Dichroic Filters
Specifying Advanced Plasma Deposited Hard Coated Optical Bandpass and Dichroic Filters
Alluxa’s New Catalog of Products with Extended Spectral Performance from UV to IR
Alluxa Develops Innovative 15-Band Optical Filters for ETSI Astronomy Project
Alluxa’s Optical Filters Landed on Mars
ULTRA Series Optical Filters and Coatings
Filters for Life Sciences: Ultra Fluorescence Filter Sets
ULTRA-Narrow Bandpass Filters
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