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Ventura OSA (CVOSA) Announcement for
October 17, 2017
Make Optics and Sell Online
How hard can it be?
In 2012 I needed a USAF target that was considerably smaller than any commercially available. I figured with modern mask-making techniques it shouldn’t be too hard to make a 200nm bar width target and since they are small, I could make a large number of them. And we can sell them on Amazon. How hard can it be?
This talk is a narrative discussion of that still unfolding saga.
Venue For Event
Advanced Spectral Technology, Inc.
94 W Cochran St Suite A
Simi Valley, CA 93065
GPS Lat/Lon: 34.282265, -118.799712
6:00p Mixing and Stand Up Dinner
$20 donation on site (it is a donation
for food, insurance and venue. If you
need a no-food, student, old age or
other discount please give yourself one).
About the Speaker:
John has designed and fielded various optical instruments since 1981. In the 80’s and 90’s he designed thermal night vision equipment, with cross-hairs, for helicopters and armored vehicles. From the 90’s to 2010 John concentrated on exotic microscopes for semiconductor failure analysis. From 2010 and through this calendar year, John has been the R&D optics expert at Beckman Coulter for the Hematology and Urinalysis division.
From Eric & Ginny
Here is a chance to find out what John has been up to!
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