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Abrasive Jet Polishing Approaches to the Manufacture of Micro-optics with Complex Shapes

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Requirements for local polishing techniques for the generation of micro-aspheres are discussed identifying abrasive slurry jet techniques as possible polishing processes featuring sub-millimeter footprint sizes. Their application to the removal of sub-millimeter structures on larger optics as well as their applicability to generate micro-aspheres with sub-millimeter radii of curvature are presented.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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