thin film coating

In addition to the wide variety of normal and sensitive glass types from Ohara and Schott, AccuCoat has advanced experience in coating Single Point Diamond Turned (SPDT) metal, polymers, and crystallines. These include bare and nickel-plated Aluminum, Silicon, Germanium, Calcium Fluoride, Sapphire, and a variety of other materials that are listed below.

Our optical coatings are designed to be index matched when required. Customer specifications are met through the use of several thin-film design software programs paired with our extensive coating engineering expertise to create the desired performance and durability required for demanding optics applications.

SUBSTRATES AND MATERIALS COATED AT ACCUCOAT

Don’t see your material listed?
Contact our Team to learn if we can accommodate your requirements and/or have it added to our complete listing of coated material offerings.

METAL OPTIC MATERIALS

  • Diamond Turned Metals (SPDT)
  • Bare and Nickle-plated Aluminum
  • Beryllium
  • Copper
  • Stainless steel

PLASTIC OPTIC MATERIALS

  • Acrylic
  • Polycarbonate
  • Polysulfone
  • PetG films
  • Zeonex
  • PMMA

GLASS OPTIC MATERIALS

  • BK7
  • FK51
  • Pyrex
  • Zerodur
  • B270
  • SF13
  • Tac4
  • Gorilla Glass

CRYSTAL OPTIC MATERIALS

  • Silicon and silicon wafers
  • Fused Silica
  • ZnSe
  • IR materials (See full list below)
  • Sapphire

ADDITIONAL PLASTICS

  • Ultem
  • Mylar film
  • MR7
  • OKP-1, OKP-4, OKP-V1, OKP-A2
  • Polystyrene

IR (INFRARED) OPTIC MATERIALS

  • Silicon
  • Germanium
  • ZnSe - Zinc Selenide
  • ZnS - Cleartran™
  • Chalcogenide
    • (Schott) IRG22, IRG24, IRG25, IRG26, IRG27
    • (Vitron) IG2, IG3, IG4, IG5, IG6
    • (AMI) Amtir-1, Amtir-2, Amtir-4, Amtir-6, Amtir-7

 

OPTIC MATERIALS SHAPES & TYPES

  • Cubes
  • Rod lenses
  • Filters
  • Lenses
  • Prism
  • Pellicles
  • Windows
  • Bonded elements
  • Lens arrays
  • Micro-optics
  • Fresnel optics
  • Domes
  • Light pipes
  • Wafers

We can accommodate your needs with specific application materials.
A material change may increase your parts per run or possibly bring costs down for your order.

Work with our team to learn how.