2013-05-24

SCHOTT Developers Manufacture Ceramics for Use in Advanced Lens Systems and LED Technology

Transparent and translucent ceramics are on the verge of being put to industrial use as new optical materials that offer great potential. As part of the publicly funded research project OptokeraMat, SCHOTT Research and Development has laid important foundations on manufacturing them in a reproducible manner. SCHOTT developers have produced transparent and translucent ceramics that pave the way for advanced photographic and other types of imaging systems as well as highly efficient LED systems. At first glance, they remind us of glass lenses or color filters. Ne...
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