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FISBA Exhibiting Precision Molded Optics for Imaging and Laser Systems at SPIE Security + Defence

29.08.2017

FISBA will be exhibiting Precision Molded Glass Optics and assemblies at SPIE Security + Defence in Warsaw, Poland.  

FISBA designs and manufactures customized optical components and systems for many related defense and security applications such as enhanced vision systems, laser systems, surveillance systems and more. Molded aspheric optics help our partners achieve weight reduction in their systems.

These advanced components include double sided aspheres, off axis aspheres and acircular cylindric lens arrays manufactured by FISBA’s precision glass molding technology.

FISBA offers molded aspheres and free forms from design to serial production including grinding, polishing, coating and centering. Customers also have the option to contract complete assembly and optical system development and production to FISBA.

Production of precision molded optics for infrared is also available from FISBA’s ITAR registered and compliant facility in Tucson, Arizona, USA.

Learn more by joining FISBA at SPIE Security + Defence Booth 306, September 12-13, 2017.

About FISBA

FISBA is a worldwide leading supplier of customized optical components and systems for applications in life sciences, machine vision, optical communications, defense & security and more. Offering full service from initial feasibility studies and design, as well as serial production and assembly, has enabled FISBA to become one of the most innovative optical manufacturers in the industry today.

Media Contact:

Birgit Rauch, Head of Marketing Communication


FISBA AG

Rorschacherstrasse 268
9016 St. Gallen, Schweiz
Tel: +41 71 282 3131

Fax: +41 71 282 3130

info@fisba.com

Birgit Rauch | FISBA AG

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