Precitech designs and manufactures ultra precision machining solutions for freeform diamond turning, milling, and grinding which are used to produce optical lenses, mold inserts, mirrors, and precision mechanical components. Our machines produce rotationally symmetric, asymmetric, freeform, and sculpted geometries with form tolerances in the sub-micron range and nanometer surface finishes.
PART 2... SLOW-MOTION VIDEO SERIES
This part of our Slow-Motion Video Series
offers two new videos:
— The first of which shows two additional perspectives of the
Levicron milling process.
— The second focuses on ultra precision diamond turning
of infrared material offering two perspectives of processes
to improve productivity.
To view either Video in YouTube click the play buttons below. Click here to download the videos.
Sept. 18, 2014
– Precitech and
of Ametek, Inc.,
videos of ultra precision machining. Together they have
released a second series of these videos, allowing viewers to
see additional processes in detail not available until now.
Link to an interview with Ralf Dupont, President at Levicron GmbH, as he talks to AZoM.com about how Levicron’s air bearing spindles are bridging the gap between conventional machining and ultra-precision machining.April was a busy month for trade shows and conferences...
During the week of 22 April, Precitech along with Taylor Hobson exhibited at the Lens Expo (OPIE 2015) in Yokohama, Japan. On display in our booth was our latest small frame lathe, the Nanoform X.
Precitech also attended two conferences in India. The first was held from 16-17 April at Anna University in Chennai and focused on Recent Trends in Manufacturing Technology. (more info)
The second conference was the “Hands on Workshop on Diamond Turning for S&T Applications” held at CSIO in Chandigarh from 20-21 April. (more info)