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    1. MEMS mirrors now available in volume from Mirrorcle Technologies

      MEMS mirrors now available in volume from Mirrorcle Technologies

      Mirrorcle Technologies, the established manufacturer of dual-axis MEMS mirrors, introduces new MEMS mirrors with 6.4mm or 7.5mm diameter aperture at Photonics West 2018. In addition to the company’s integrated mirrors ranging from 0.8mm to 2.4mm, and the modular ‘bonded’ mirrors from 3.0mm to 5.0mm in diameter, the company unveils devices with even larger diameter mirror surfaces. These mirrors are available in combination with the company’s stiffest MEMS actuator chip, A5L2.1, which offers quasi-static beam-steering capability of -1° to +1° mechanical angle in both X and Y axes. Mirrorcle’s technology offers ...

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    2. Scientists reconfirm suitability of Mirrorcle MEMS mirrors for OCT applications

      Scientists reconfirm suitability of Mirrorcle MEMS mirrors for OCT applications

      Scientists reconfirm suitability of Mirrorcle MEMS mirrors for OCT applications Recent publications in peer-reviewed journals have re-confirmed that Mirrorcle MEMS mirror devices are an enabling technology for optical coherence tomography (OCT) imaging applications, Mirrorcle Technologies, Inc. (MTI) informs. The California-based manufacturer of gimbal-less MEMS mirrors reports that multiple recent publications by distinguished research groups show that its devices are being used in the latest advancements of biomedical imaging. Previously, the company announced that two commercial customers had adopted the fast two-axis MEMS mirrors for biomedical imaging, namely Wasatch Photonics (USA) and Santec (Japan). At the same time, the enthusiasm in ...

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    3. Mirrorcle Technologies announces availability of 4.2mm diameter MEMS 2-Axis mirrors

      Mirrorcle Technologies announces availability of 4.2mm diameter MEMS 2-Axis mirrors

      Mirrorcle Technologies Press Release - Mirrorcle Technologies announces availability of 4.2mm diameter MEMS mirrors Mirrorcle Technologies, Inc (MTI), the California-based manufacturer of patented, gimbal-less MEMS micromirror devices, today announces the availability of a larger category of mirrors. Until now, the company has been offering integrated mirror devices ranging from 0.8mm to 1.7mm in diameter, and bonded mirrors from 0.8mm to 3.6mm in diameter. Mirrorcle’s bonded MEMS mirror devices are modular in design, consisting of an actuator ‘engine’ and a mirror of customer-selected size. With a variety of different MEMS actuators, a selection of aluminum or ...

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