The Center for Freeform Optics
An Industry/University Cooperative Research Center

Moore Nanotechnology 650FGv2

“Our flagship machine with up to 5-axes of ultra precision motion. It has been proven worldwide to be the most flexible, precise and user friendly ultra precision freeform diamond turning system available. With the main work spindle symmetrically integrated within an oil hydrostatic vertical Y-axis carriage, more advanced machining methods such as raster flycutting of linear diffractives and freeforms, micro-prismatic optical structures and micro-milling of aspheric lens arrays are achievable. This system has been engineered with the most complex surfaces in mind to enable you to compete in any optical ultra precision machining market.”

Located at UNC-Charlotte.