Hello CNC community - I am new here and am in search of a person who can help me with a CNC solution for a new product I am developing.
The product is a 35mm image adapter for miniDV and HD camcorders. For more information on how this system works in general visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/35mm_adapter.
To see examples of this technology thus far used in professional industry visit http://www.redrockmicro.com/micro35.html, www.cinevate.com, and/or www.cinemek.com.
There is a very high demand for the technology I am seeking to create. There will be very minimal pay at the beginning, but once product is established (very high demand - instant pay after product is released) - A very high amount of payment will be rewarded.
Electronics experience/knowledge is a major plus.
(For immediate response) Please e-mail me at ehartford1 (at) gmail.com if you are interested and I will give you more details!
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'reinventing the wheel', have a look at the products from ThorLabs.
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Thanks for the referral enat. I took a look around their site and it seems like they have quite a bit of useful products!
You may also consider using aspheric lenses. This eliminates chromatic abberation -no need for doublets- and reduces the amount of lens surfaces in the optical system thus increasing the amount of light transmitted and reducing transmitted wavefront abberations and reduces the weight and length of the whole system.
I make aspheric lenses in high index polymers for visible and infrared applications as do many other optical companies.
Multilayer antireflection coatings are, of course, a must.
[Edit]Oh, and with machined aspheres you can have a "land" or flat section at the edge which you can't have with conventionaly manufactured optics- this greatly improves centration and so reduces associated optical abberations like astigmatism.[/Edit]
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