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    Print your own lens

    This is copyrighted text and can not be used to get patents all over the world.
    I am trying to find the easiest way to create a working lens and i developed a idea .
    As you know diffractive optics reduced the used glass elements in canon teleobjective.
    And diffractive optics used at eyeglasses for to open a window at eye view with new focal lenght.
    Canon printed emboss of a polymer on glass lens element and cured it with uv.
    And mit jacobsen at media lab printed very large integrated circuits - for example pentium - on to the flexible plastic film with a hand operated stamp.
    Why not do we produce laser engraved stamps for to print our diffractive optics lenses with uv hardenable inks ? These prints could be applied on high diffractive index glass or polymer composite sheets or blocks ,films , single or multiple layers.

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    Read my post on zildjian secret alloy at wiki / cymbal alloys section

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    This can be written as stamp your own lens.

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    Problem is to manufacture DOEs with simpler methods. There is massive amount of information in 5734502. If a curve is necessary , microwave radiation shape controlled inflated plastic film could be used . I think this is military grade research and copyrighted. noone can get patent from this idea because it is published here by me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustafa Umut Sarac View Post
    noone can get patent from this idea because it is published here by me.

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    :rolleyes:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustafa Umut Sarac View Post
    ...And mit jacobsen at media lab printed very large integrated circuits - for example pentium - on to the flexible plastic film with a hand operated stamp.
    Gee! I bet Intel was surprised!
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    erm...copyright and patents aren't the same thing. your text here is protected. but without a patent, and with you revealing your idea to the world as you've done, i'm not sure how much protection you have.

    not that i have the faintest idea what you're talking about.



 

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