Enables hands free cleaning, inspecting and painting
Reduces processing time
Simplifies training and cross-training
Improves operator productivity via a variable speed spindle
Is cleanroom compatible and maintenance free
Integrate cleaning, painting and other preparation techniques, and installation of optical elements into one smooth, continuous cycle with the model LCS-002 Lens Handler™ optics preparation and handling system. You will see an increase in productivity and quality of coating, assembly and QA processes. The number of times (and ways) you handle optics is reduced. Cleanliness is easier to maintain. Accidental damage is minimized. And, cross-training is simplified and process uniformity is easier to achieve.
Assembly of multi-element lenses
Cleaning optical elements
Disassembly of optical systems
Cleaning for cosmetic inspection
Loading coating racks and fixtures
The Lens Handler™ features a vacuum wand for transferring optical elements to the rotational spindle and to housing assembly without exposing surfaces to fingerprints, scratching, chipping, or accidental dropping.
Variable spindle speeds from 40-200 rpm allow users to control rotation of optical elements for cleaning, blackening and beveling edges, or other optical preparation techniques.
A wide range of solid Delirn® vacuum cups holds lens diameters from 1mm to 300 mm without scratching. The vacuum cups are residual free to prevent contaminating optical surfaces and are resistant to alcohol, acetone, and MEK.
Three fundamental principles guided the development of the Lens Handler
Hands-free, rotational motion of an optical element allows for the most convenient and effective contact cleaning of a precision surface. Cleaning, painting, and assembling optical components with one table-top machine elimi-nates unnecessary and clumsy handling of optics. Vacuum with Delrin® suction cups provides the cleanest and safest way to pick-up, hold and transfer delicate optics.
Height x Width x Depth
5 inches (12.7cm) x 10 inches (24.5cm) x 6.3 inches (15.8cm)
12 pounds (5.5kg)
1.46cfm @ 87psi
20.0 inches Hg @ 87psi
Maximum Holding Force @ 20″ Hg
70mm cup: 37.4lbs/17kg 30mm
cup: 14.5lbs/6.5kg 10mm
cup: 2.2lbs/1kg 1mm cup: 0.31oz/9.0g
110/220V, 60/50Hz compressed air: 80-100psi
Size / Operation
Assembling and disassembling multi-element systems
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