An Introduction to the new features in TracePro 7.0
Date: Thursday 4th November 2010
Venue: The International Centre, St Quentin Gate, Telford TF3 4JH
AN EVENT AT PHOTONEX 2010 · WWW.PHOTONEX.ORG
This meeting will be a forum for the exchange of ideas, for presentation of interesting applications and design solutions in the established market and for future optical engineering and design.
The committee intends to include presentations on applications, examples of problems solved and criteria for good design. Included will be a presentation on skills companies require of an optical designer and a really practical session on software tricks, methods and using macros in the UK’s most popular software packages.
We invite you to participate and to present your work and share your experience.
This meeting will comprise academic & industrial sessions and will be a mix of invited and contributed papers. We are calling for contributions in the following, though not exclusive, areas:
Control of flare • Design desensitisation • Design problems •
Designing for photolithography • Designing thin films • Lamp
optimisation • Laser basics • Lens technology • Manufacturability •
Micromachining • Optical imaging and illumination systems • Optical
schemes • Optical system analysis • Partial coherence •
Photovoltaics • Reflector design • Telescope design
For more information see the website
|Dave Jacobsen, Senior Applications Engineer for Lambda Research Corporation, will introduce the new, updated, and revised TracePro Bridge for SolidWorks. The presentation will last 20-30 minutes ending with a 10-15 minute question and answer session.
In this webinar you will:
Who should attend:
|Once registered you will receive an email confirming your registration
with information you need to join the Webinar.
Required: Windows® 7, Vista, XP, 2003 Server or 2000
Required: Mac OS® X 10.4.11 (Tiger®) or newer
The TracePro Bridge for SolidWorks is an Add-in tool designed to allow SolidWorks users access to TracePro property data. Thus, it permits the export of mechanical models complete with optical properties. This makes it possible to create a TracePro file within SolidWorks and to maintain the design intent contained in the model. Designers can export to TracePro SolidWorks-made models ready for ray trace and optical analysis.
It provides easy exchangeability for both TracePro users who produce mechanical designs in SolidWorks as well as SolidWorks users that need to make optical models to be analyzed in TracePro. The TracePro Bridge for SolidWorks seamlessly incorporates optical property assignment and model navigation features from TracePro into the SolidWorks environment.
This feature allows mechanical and optical designers to produce fully integrated optical, mechanical and lighting designs and analyse the illumination.
An introduction to the new TracePro Interactive Optimizer
OSLO Optical design software now has some new features making it even easier to design better optical systems:
OSLO was the first software to demonstrate the serious optics and lens design could be carried out using desktop computers. Today, OSLO has been accepted as a practical tool by companies throughtout the the world that use it to create better, lower-cost designs and manufacture them more efficiently. But optics design today goes far beyond the range of problems handled in the past. Now, optics systems are integrated with electronics and image processing software, which creates new deisgn alternatives. And OSLO’s technological leadershipin optics and lens design software is more valuable today than ever before. Some of the new Features are:
See here for more information.
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Lambda Research Corporation
25 Porter Rd.
Littleton, MA 01460
Lambda Research Corporation Announces the Early Release of TracePro 6.0 Optomechanical Design Software with x64 capability
Littleton, Massachusetts – September 4, 2009Lamp with CIE Plot
Lambda Research Corporation announces the early access release of TracePro® 6.0,the newest version of its award winning optomechanical design software. TracePro 6.0 is now x64 capable, allowing it to simulate larger systems using larger ray traces over spectral bands to investigate uniformity, solar and color issues at higher fidelity. TracePro 6.0 is recommended for the Windows x64 XP, Vista, and System 7 operating systems taking advantage of the Windows x64 memory expansion. TracePro is the first optical raytracing product to break the Win32, x86 memory limits to give users the full advantage of x64 capability.
TracePro 6.0 includes new analysis capabilities including an interactive CIE plot showing color gamut, enhanced RepTile prism geometry, and solid concentrator constructors specifically designed for simulating solid CPCs for solar applications. TracePro’s property dialog boxes have been redesigned for ease of use making them simpler, alphabetical and in a quick entry style.
Based in Littleton, Mass., Lambda Research Corporation was founded in 1992 and is a privately held company. Lambda is an industry leader in stray light analysis, illumination system design and analysis, and custom software development. Lambda Research publishes TracePro software for optomechanical modeling and OSLO software for optical design. The company’s mission statement is to establish a technology bridge between optical engineers and mechanical engineers by providing state-of-the-art optomechanical design and analysis software, services and technical support to the optics industry worldwide. For more information, please visit the company’s web site at www.lambdares.com .