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How to Optimize for As-Built Performance

This article explains how to use the TOLR operand to perform an optimization that fully accounts for all manufacturing defects. The technique is robust and stable, and takes full advantage of Zemax' ability to run large calculations over multiple processors.
 
 

Authored By: Mark Nicholson

Published On: 9月 14, 2006


Using the OpticStudio Dynamic CAD Link

This article describes how to dynamically open and edit SolidWorks®, Autodesk Inventor® and PTC Creo Parametric® parts inside OpticStudio. 

Authored By: Akash Arora, Kristen Norton, Updated by Thomas Pickering

Published On: 7月 18, 2016


How to Use the Stock Lens Matching Tool

The Stock Lens Matching tool will swap out the lenses in a design for the nearest equivalents in the selected vendors’ catalogs, and offers the potential to make great cost savings in the finished design by eliminating the need for custom manufacture. The tool will give great results, assuming that the design can work well with stock lenses. This may sound obvious, but most stock lenses are plano-curved or equi-curved, and so exist mainly at very specific shape factors. For this reason, you should use the tool with designs with modest field angles and narrow wavelength ranges, where these shape factors are appropriate.

Authored By: Mark Nicholson

Published On: 12月 23, 2015


What is ZPL?

This article explains:
  • What the Zemax Programming Language (ZPL) is
  • What ZPL is used for
  • The differences between functions and keywords within ZPL

Authored By: Dan Hill

Published On: 9月 21, 2005


How to Show Detector Volume Data in 3-D

The Detector Volume object in Zemax is a very useful tool for detecting light inside a volume. It uses volume pixels, or voxels, to detect light. However, the Zemax interface currently allows these voxels to be viewed only in 2-D planes. This article will show you how to use Zemax to create intricate CAD models of the voxels in a Detector Volume, and a sample ZPL macro is given at the end of this article for use in creating these CAD models automatically.
 

 

Authored By: Mike Tocci

Published On: 5月 30, 2008


How to create complex non-sequential objects

This article explains:
 

  • How to create complex Non-Sequential objects by combining multiple objects
  • How to use Pickup Solves to lock groups of objects together
  • How to duplicate groups of objects in the Non-Sequential Component Editor
The article is accompanied by a ZIP archive containing the file referred in the article. This can be downloaded from the final page of the article.

Authored By: Nam-Hyong Kim

Published On: 9月 9, 2005


How to Get Real Waveguide Mode Data Into Zemax

Zemax now supports the input of mode field data from Optiwave's OptiBPM and OptiFiber codes. This makes it easy to improve the accuracy of fiber and waveguide coupler designs using Physical Optics in Zemax, by providing more accurate input data. This article gives several examples.

 
 

Authored By: Mark Nicholson

Published On: 1月 20, 2007


How to optimize on MTF

This article explains the operation of the MTF operands, and the choice of sampling schemes and algorithms available, and gives guidance on the best way to optimize for best MTF.

Authored By: Mark Nicholson

Published On: 5月 7, 2007


Modeling Frustrated Total Internal Reflection in Non-Sequential Mode

This article describes how to model evanescent field effects like frustrated total internal reflection in Zemax. This is useful in applications like fingerprint scanners.

Authored By: Mike Tocci


How Do I Create Presentation Quality Graphics and Animations?

This article covers various methods for creating, annotating, exporting, and animating quality graphics for presentations and reports. 
 

Important Note: This applies to Zemax release 13 and older. It is retained here for reference purposes. 

Authored By: Dan Hill

Published On: 10月 27, 2005


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