Welcome to the technological leader in asphere production. Benefit from our expertise in processing a wide range of shapes and materials for all wavelengths. Contact asphericon for increased precision, flexibility and cost-effectiveness.
asphericon‘s passion for revolutionizing the manufacturing of aspheric lenses and systems with new technologies is changing the degree of precision and quality
in optics. Our technologies make it possible to manufacture optical components in various shapes for all wavelengths, using a very wide range of materials. Combining this with our high-end manufacturing processes and applications, we routinely achieve unique levels of dimensional precision.
Certified according to ISO 9001, we are constantly working on the further development and improvement of our processes. In addition, we are constantly driven to develop new technologies as well. From CNC machining and diamond turning to high-end finishing, metrology and coating, we strive for ever better quality and ever greater precision. Naturally, we keep an eye on the economic interests of our customers.
Our technological know-how is bundled in a wide range of products. Use the innovative diversity offered by the StockOptics product range in our webshop or choose an Custom solution tailored to your needs.
With this mission asphericon is continuously pushing the boundaries of what is possible and establishing new milestones in the world of optics. Benefit from our experience from the first optical design, manufacturing and coating, precise measurement and documentation to the assembly of optical components and their characterization.
Aspheric lenses made in various shapes, from numerous materials and for all wavelengths.
Order aspheres, axicons, aspheric cylinders and beam expanders directly from stock.
High-quality coating solutions for each application.
Individual optical designs, optical characterization and assembling into complete systems.
13.09.2018 · Press releaseasphericon will present its latest findings on Mid-spatial frequency (MSF) for aspherical and freeform surfaces at this year’s Frontiers in Optics (FiO). In addition, the technology leader participates in several events for students and (young) scientists.