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ZPL Macro for Scaling the Weight of a Range of Optimization Operands

This article introduces a quick and simple macro that can be used to scale the weighting of a range of optimization operands.
 

Authored By: Dan Hill

Published On: September 24, 2015


Zemax Diffractive Optical Element Sag Macro

This article explains how to measure the sag of a diffractive optical element using a sag macro in OpticStudio.

Authored By: Serhat Hasan ASLAN

Published On: June 24, 2015


Why is the Optical Performance Sometimes Different at the Image Surface Versus a Co-Located Surface?

This article explains why you may see different results at two co-located surfaces that are at the same location in space, when one of the surfaces is the image surface.

 

Authored By: Andrew Locke

Published On: December 25, 2015


Why Are FFT and Huygens MTF Results Different on Tilted Image Surfaces?

An explanation of why FFT MTF and Huygens MTF yield different results in system with tilted image surfaces.

 

Published On: December 23, 2015


How to Modify String Variables in ZPL Macros

This article explains:
  • How to use the $LEFTSTRING(A$, n) and $RIGHTSTRING(A$, n) string fuctions
  • How these functions can be combined together to effectively scan and modify string variables

This article is accompanied by a sample ZPL macro, available via download on the Summary page.

 

Authored By: Andrew Locke

Published On: August 23, 2006


What is the Difference Between the FFT and Huygens PSF?

This article discusses the Huygens and the FFT PSF computations, gives a quick test of validity of the FFT PSF, and concludes with a list of system parameters which require the use of the Huygens calculation.

Authored By: Betsy Goodwin

Published On: October 30, 2015


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How To Use the ZRDPLAYBACK Keyword To Obtain Filtered Results

This article describes use of the ZPL keyword ZRDPLAYBACK to restore data from a previously saved ZRD file onto detectors in a non-sequential system. Analysis of the data can then be undertaken using the standard non-sequential functions (e.g. NSDD, NSDE, etc.). Using ZRDPLAYBACK, the saved data may be optionally filtered prior to analysis.
 
 

Authored By: Sanjay Gangadhara

Published On: June 29, 2011


How to Use the Modify Reference Objects Tool

This article explains how to use the Modify Reference Object Tool to tidy up multiple reference points and to define new pivot points in a non-sequential design
 

Authored By: Mark Nicholson

Published On: February 23, 2007


How to Ensure that Zemax will Successfully Connect to Creo Parametric

This article describes how to correctly form the link between Zemax and Creo Parametric.

Authored By: Dr. Sanjay Gangadhara

Published On: February 5, 2013


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