Posts Tagged "fused silica"

, SPIE Photonics West 2016

SPIE Photonics West 2016

Mark Optics, Inc. will be attending SPIE Photonics West in San Francisco this February. We look forward to seeing our clients and industry friends as well as meeting new friends. If you are interested...

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, SEMICON West 2015

SEMICON West 2015

Mark Optics will be attending SEMICON West being held in San Francisco at the Moscone Center July 14-16, 2015. We look forward to seeing our clients and industry friends while at SEMICON West. If...

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, SPIE Photonics West 2015

SPIE Photonics West 2015

Mark Optics, Inc. will be attending SPIE Photonics West in San Francisco this February. We look forward to seeing our clients and industry friends as well as meeting new friends. If you are interested...

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, SEMICON West 2014

SEMICON West 2014

Mark Optics will be attending SEMICON West being held in San Francisco this week. We look forward to seeing our clients and industry friends while at SEMICON West. If you are interested in meeting...

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, UCI Reports 1 Million Q-Factor w/ Mark Optics fused silica and glass substrates

UCI Reports 1 Million Q-Factor w/ Mark Optics fused silica and glass substrates

D. Senkal, M.J. Ahamed, S. Askari, and A.M. Shkel from the MicroSystems Laboratory at the University of California Irvine recently demonstrated a one (1) million Q-factor on micro-glass blown fused silica wineglass resonators. Wineglass...

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, Mark Optics provides Prism for Harvard’s Cohen Lab

Mark Optics provides Prism for Harvard’s Cohen Lab

Mark Optics is manufacturing a prism for Harvard University’s Cohen Lab. Adam E. Cohen, PhD. and his team, develop some of the world’s most innovative tools for molecular and cellular research. One of their...

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, A Quick Guide to Mark Optics Wafers

A Quick Guide to Mark Optics Wafers

In 1996 we realized that there was a need for glass and fused silica/quartz wafers that had similar characteristics to high end polished optics. The standard wafers being made were just a commercial polish...

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