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High-Resolution Lens Assemblies


UKA specializes in designing and manufacturing high quality, precision lenses. We have several high-resolution lens assemblies from which you can choose depending on the specific parameters that would be the most suitable to meet the requirements with respect to image size and quality. [...]

High-Resolution Lens Assemblies2023-10-26T12:15:27-04:00

Laser Technology Advancements


Imagine knowing enough about Earth’s atmosphere to predict climate trends, or knowing enough about a hurricane to get the right people evacuated. Consider a time when advances in medical procedures retire the scalpel to the museum. Even in precision-manufacturing, laser technology advancements can potentially bring [...]

Laser Technology Advancements2023-10-26T12:19:37-04:00

How Lenses Are Designed


Lenses can be found in objects that range from microscopes, lasers and other pieces of medical equipment, in the automobile industry for sensors and in self-driving vehicles and for security equipment. What is optical design? The business of lens design and manufacture is based on specifications of a particular [...]

How Lenses Are Designed2023-10-26T12:16:01-04:00

Thin Lens Captures Colors


Researchers from the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have developed a flat, ultra thin lens that is made from light-concentrating silicon antennas and a glass substrate. This lens is capable of color correction at a high level in a single, miniaturized lens. Shining light through an “achromatic [...]

Thin Lens Captures Colors2023-10-26T12:50:22-04:00

How To Choose A Lens Manufacturer


Choosing the correct lens manufacturer is crucial to your company receiving the lens necessary for the tasks it performs. Whether you’re in the medical, optical or any field in between that utilizes lenses, take your time to assure you’re getting the best manufacturer for your unique lens needs. When you’re [...]

How To Choose A Lens Manufacturer2020-04-28T17:56:41-04:00

What Is Polarization?


Optical applications, in many instances, require an understanding of the manipulation of polarization of light. In optical design, many times the focus is on intensity of light and wavelengths while at the same time ignoring polarization. This isn’t to say that polarization isn’t a crucial part of the process, but [...]

What Is Polarization?2020-04-28T17:56:43-04:00

Optical Design And Optical System Integration


The optic lens manufacturers from UKA Optics field the question several times, “What is optical design?” They also work with potential customers and explain how optical design connects with all other optics areas, optical engineering and optical systems. If you’re a “general reader” interested in general information about lenses and [...]

Optical Design And Optical System Integration2020-04-28T17:56:43-04:00

The Art Of Creating Custom Lenses


The manufacture of lenses is a precise art and UKA Optics creates custom lenses that encompass all measurements and testing applications for many industries, medical, scientific, and military applications and more. As background to the exacting science of measurements you need to understand how an inch became an inch and [...]

The Art Of Creating Custom Lenses2020-04-28T17:56:44-04:00

What Is A Band Pass Filter?


Bottom line, a band pass filter is “an electronic circuit or device that allows signals to pass between two frequencies.” This device will be able to discriminate and separate signals of different frequencies other than those specified. Certain band pass filters will require an external source of power and it [...]

What Is A Band Pass Filter?2020-04-28T17:56:45-04:00

What Are Optics and Photonics?


The lens manufacturing specialists from UKA Optics know that not everyone understands the role that optics and photonics play in everyday life and in medical and technical settings. It is their job to understand and to keep up with the latest technologies and changes in the optics landscape. What are [...]

What Are Optics and Photonics?2020-04-28T17:56:50-04:00
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