APG-760, a phosphate glass, features impressive thermomechanical strength and superior optical capabilities. It is ideal for laser shot peening and other material processing applications. SCHOTT will showcase APG-760 at SPIE Optifab.More
SCHOTT expands its product portfolio of glass wafers and substrates for the biotech and life sciences industry with D 263® bio, which is perfectly suited for a wide range of biotech and optical diagnostics applications.More
SCHOTT’s MultiLight binds several light guides to a single light source, combining contour and spotlight illumination into one product. For OEMs and tier suppliers, it reduces the time and effort spent on integration while opening up more design options for a wide range of applications.More
SCHOTT ZERODUR® is a preferred mirror substrate material for applications where the highest levels of thermal dimensional stability are needed. SCHOTT now offers ZERODUR®, a glass-ceramic optimized for minimal response to thermal perturbations, in monolithic 4-meter diameters in highly lightweighted forms, important for the larger mirrors used in space telescopes.More
APG-760 phosphate laser glass is made for high-performance applications at 1.05 μm. The glass is available in various versions and can be adapted for a variety of applications. Dielectric coatings are also possible.
The gigantic 39-meter primary mirror for the Extremely Large Telescope (ELT) will soon be made up of 798 ZERODUR® glass-ceramic components. SCHOTT is set to deliver a total of 949 mirror substrates made of ZERODUR® to the European Southern Observatory (ESO). Thanks to SCHOTT’s investment of more than $11 million, the company is well prepared to respond to the increased demand.More