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Designing a Microscope Objective with LensMechanix

When designing an optomechanical system, a major concern is the ability to identify and correct stray light that reflects off mechanical components, negatively affecting the optical performance. Learn how to use LensMechanix to catch and correct stray light before you build a prototype or send a design to manufacturing. 

This webinar will demonstrate how to: 
• Compare the performance of your complete system to the performance of the original OpticStudio design 
• Detect problems with mechanical components by isolating rays based on criteria you choose 
• Graphically display the intensity of light that falls on a specific mechanical or optical component 
• Slow the ray propagation through an optomechanical system to see how rays interact with components 

This webinar is part two of a two-part series demonstrating how to use OpticStudio and LensMechanix to design a microscope objective.


About the Presenters
Esteban Carbajal is the LensMechanix Opto-Mechanical Engineer.