optical lens


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optical lens

[′äp·tə·kəl ′lenz]
(anatomy)
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When Gupta and his brothers floated an optical lens enterprise under the GKB brand in Agra in 1960, the industry was in its infancy.
another major maker of optical lens in Taiwan, secured most of iPhone5's high-end lens orders to hit NT$ 1.
An optical lens can deflect a light beam into a much smaller area of space; a time lens deflects a section of a light beam into a smaller chunk of time.
The tooth was converted into a holder for a special optical lens by drilling a hole in it.
The II devices combine with an optical lens for simple two-piece assembly measuring 8 mm x 8 mm x 4 mm--small enough to fit completely on the head of a AA battery.
The magnifier is designed with an optical lens that has minimal distortion across the entire field of view, benefiting operators requiring accurate magnification across a larger surface area.
The camera has a 10x digital zoom and a 22x built-in optical lens to offer up to 220x zoom.
Optical lens cleaning compound, NSN 6850-00-227-1887, can be used if your TM does not list one.
95, uses a professional-quality Schneider-Kreuznach Variogon 3X optical lens that Kodak developed with German lens designer and manufacturer Schneider-Kreuznach.
Other applications that demand similar precision are hard disk drive assembly, as well as very high precision work, such as optical lens grinding and watch assembly.
Orthotics, diabetic shoes and inserts, optical lens and eye frames, wound care, and many other items and services that you may not have purchased previously are your responsibility to provide under Part A reimbursement.