Sample Video - Optoelectronics
In many photonic applications, an optical component (lens, mirror, etc.) is usually aligned to a beam path and mounted with a UV curing adhesive. Thereby, the parts must often be placed relatively close to each other.
By default, our portals cover four degrees of freedom: X, Y, Z (vertical) and theta (rotational). However, they can be expanded with various axes systems in order to cover the plane-parallelism between substrate and part, tilt angle of the part, and other degrees of freedom as well.
Typical applications are the highly accurate assembly of VCSEL diodes on sub-mounts, the handling and assembly of lenses and mirrors, the active and passive alignment or the assembly of an optic or opto-electronic transmitter-receiver system.