Jenoptik and Edmund Optics partner to increase F-Theta Lens accessibility

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Edmund Optics (EO), a global manufacturer and supplier of optical components, has partnered with Jenoptik to enhance global access to its F-theta lenses, which focus lasers in high-precision materials processing and laser scanning applications.

Stefaan Vandendriessche, director of laser optics product development at EO, stated "EO is excited to offer state-of-the-art F-theta lenses for the most advanced laser optics applications. Our global network of application engineers and support technicians are ready to help with the most demanding academic applications. We’re pleased to leverage Edmund Optics’ global inventory and supply chain model to reach engineers and scientists around the world," said Michael Kahlke, Director Global Sales Semiconductor & Advanced Manufacturing at Jenoptik. As an authorized global distributor of Jenoptik F-theta lenses, EO will maintain a global inventory of F-theta lenses, in-stock and ready to ship.

Jenoptik is a globally operating technology group divided into three photonics-based divisions: Light & Optics, Light & Production, and Light & Safety. The company’s key target markets include the semiconductor, medical technology, automotive, mechanical engineering, traffic, aviation, and security as well as defense technology industries. Jenoptik F-theta lenses are ideal for use in a variety of applications including laser processing, cutting, welding, and scanning, among others.

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