Our stock products are being manufactured in our plants continuously in order to provide you a shortest lead time as possible.
In the following table you may find typical lead times. They may vary depending on quantity and raw material availability. Some products are having an interchangeable parts.
You will receive an accurate delvery date on your order confirmation after you ordered.
|Optomechanics||Average 2 - 5 weeks*|
|Optics||Average 2 - 5 weeks*|
|Motorized Stages||Average 3 - 6 weeks*|
|System||Average 3 – 6 weeks*|
*This is an average typical lead time. For more details, please ask to: email@example.com
The stock availability for this product is limited at the moment. Please contact the sales team for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Estimated average shipping time is 2 - 10 working days. For urgent shipping please contact the sales team at email@example.com. Extra charges may applies.
At this time pre-manufactured parts are already available for a quick assembly.
The typical lead times is estimated at 1 - 3 weeks after your order, depending on quantity.
You will receive an accurate delivery date on your order confirmation after you ordered.
For more details, please ask to : firstname.lastname@example.org
This window plate transmits 100% linearly polarized laser beam with a nonreflective effect of the P-polarized light at Brewster angle. Brewster window can be used as a window in many laser instruments.
◦When window is aligned at brewster angle the incident beam a circular effective diameter can be obtained.
◦Since both sides are not coated, it can be used with a high-energy pulse laser.
◦Please specify the materials (synthetic fused silica or BK7), transmitted beam diameter, thickness, and the wavelength to be used (or Brewster angle).
▶If the incident polarization state is other than P-polarized light, the transmission losses occur due to reflection at the front and back surfaces.
▶If contamination exist on the entrance surface or the exit surface, the surface reflection may occur even for the incident P polarized light.
▶If the incident angle deviates slightly from the Brewster angle, surface reflection occurs.