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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 工學院  > 動力機械工程學系 > 期刊論文 >  A study on the form error compensation for aspheric lens machining

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    Title: A study on the form error compensation for aspheric lens machining
    Authors: Tso, Pei-Lum;Chuang, Ho-Chiao
    教師: 左培倫
    Date: 2003
    Publisher: Trans Tech Publications
    Relation: ADVANCES IN ABRASIVE TECHNOLOGY V, Trans Tech Publications, Volume 238-2, 2003, Pages 369-374
    Keywords: Lenses
    Surface roughness
    Pressure distribution
    Abstract: This research investigates the effects of various parameters on the lapping and polishing of an aspheric lens. The lapping pads and the uniformity of the lapping pressure distribution were selected as the major factors that affect the lapping process. Applying the experiment results, this study compares the machining effect on an aspheric lens, including lapping and polishing. The conclusions show that the methods proposed are effective for improving the form accuracy and surface roughness with proper parameters. In an experiment, a form accuracy of 0.6929/μm P-V and a surface roughness of 124 nm Ra were obtained. In addition, this study presents a beginning of research on the understanding of the principles for manufacturing aspheric lenses, which may be useful for lens makers to produce higher quality aspheric lenses.
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