Precision Manufacturing

Precision manufacturing such as CNC grinding and polishing are techniques widely used to make various shapes for different optical applications. In the field of integrated microoptics, the aims are to generate optical components precisely aligned to each other. Thus, typical results of precision grinding and polishing microoptics elements, available at JENOPTIK Microoptics starts from 0.4 Read More

Full Spectral Range Capabilities

Material Flexibility The flexibility of our technologies processes make it possible for JENOPTIK Microoptics to manufacture unique microoptics in a variety of materials. We can provide our customers with the right solution to match the high accuracy requirements of the UV region and the new developments of the IR region. JENOPTIK Microoptics also has the Read More

Design and Assembly Services

One-Stop-Shop JENOPTIK Microoptics is uniquely positioned to provide a complete and integrated solution for the design, assembly, and testing needs of bulk-optics, microoptics, mechanical packaging, and micro-electro- mechanical-systems (MEMS). Our assembly process is carried out in a class 1000 clean room. Our services are delivered as an integrated one-stop-shop process, which adds value and allows Read More

Fabrication of Precision Molds for Polymer Microoptics

Fabrication of Precision Molds for Polymer Microoptics Molds for polymer microoptics, both diffractive and refractive, can be supplied. They can be delivered in a very short turn around time and in a wide variety of sizes. As polymer optics become more appropriate for microoptics, we are capable of providing either the molds or the parts Read More

Gray Scale Technology

Gray scale technology allows for the creation of a wide variety of shapes allowing for the best optical performance achievable. Traditional binary optics rely on a “stairstep” shaped approximation of the ideal surface shape. Gray scale can actually create that ideal shape. Curves, ramps, torroids, or any other shape is possible.


The wide range of micro and nano optical applications requires optical elements with typical structure sizes beginning at several nanometers and ending in the range of millimeters. In the case of diffractive optics, it is known from the grating equation that the feature size is proportional to Lambda/NA, which implies for applications in the UV-wavelength Read More

IR Materials

Infrared Region: Wavelengths 700 nm – 14 µm JENOPTIK Microoptics can provide integrated microoptical and assembly solutions perfect for the near to long wave infrared region. Refractive and diffractive microoptics can be manufactured using a variety of materials such as: Cleartran Gallium Arsenide Gallium Phosphide Germanium Sapphire Silicon Zinc Selenide Zinc Sulfide

UV Materials

The ultra-violet wavelength region is of increasing importance, as many optical applications require shorter wavelengths. This is the case of micro-lithography, where the need for shorter wavelengths is critical to achieve finer detail resolutions. In the medical field UV light is being used in laser radiation for non-invasive and eye surgery. We can provide our Read More

Visible Materials

Visible Region: Wavelengths 400 nm – 700 nm The visible wavelength region of the electro-magnetic spectrum is a relatively narrow band defined by the sensitivity of the human eye. There are many instruments that we use in every day life that utilize visible light for reproduction of colors, finer resolution, and precise measurements. Cameras, printers, barcode Read More