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Ultra short throw projector was designed to bring the solution to issues associated with many existing projectors that;
It was commercialized as the world's first development using free form optics.
It adopts successful combination of our technologies in mold production and molding.
The following free form technologies have been co-developed with Maxell, Ltd.
Free form correction process technology in particular is effective in high-precision, high-cycle molding.
Free form lens insert
Free form mirror
Free form lens mold
Free form mirror mold
Automotive headlamps in general have a challenge of long molding cycle due to the thickness. We launched a development project in 2003, and achieved high cycle molding taking full advantages of our technologies in freeform correction and precision multi-cavity molding.
Lightguide for headlamps
Lightguide for tail lamps
LED has been increasingly adopted as a light source in many automotive headlamps and tail lamps for their advantages such as designability and visibility with the DRL (Daytime Running Light) function.
This light guide has fine optical patterns on a pipe surface which produces surface-emitting by a single light source. We made the first mold in the country that achieved mass-production adopting the precision fine processing technology to satisfy following demands;
DVD/CD compatible plastic object lens
Maxell's original aspheric lens form (proprietary)
Plastic object lens for Blue-ray
High NA (0.85)+
Thermal resistance reflowable lens (for LED and compact cameras use)
(Similar to thermal plasticity resin lens)
Composite molded lens
We support from optical design to
Free form lens
Composite molded lens with plastic components