Kasalis, a supplier of active alignment, assembly and test of optical devices, has announced the introduction of its Pixid 700 platform designed for optical devices with complex light paths that require multi-channel, multi-directional and multi-lens alignment.
The novel optical alignment manufacturing system introduces a new paradigm in active alignment for emerging technologies and advancements in Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR), Augmented Reality (AR)/Virtual Reality (VR) applications and vehicle display projection systems.
“We are looking ahead to see how markets and consumer products are evolving,” said Justin Roe, co-founder and president of Kasalis. “Our groundbreaking Pixid 700 platform creates more flexibility in the design of next-generation technologies to optimize optical devices and processes efficiently, cost-effectively and at higher volume.”
Kasalis’ teams of innovators are part of Jabil Inc., a tier-one manufacturing solutions provider. Pixid systems enable the highest optical performance resulting in modules that have the most uniform clarity available today. Pixid systems have been used to actively align and assemble millions of devices across a variety of products and industries for the world’s leading brands.
The Pixid 700 platform features optional higher resolution positioning in 5nm linear or 0.2μrad angular, improved capabilities with micro-optic applications, and increased customization and process flexibility. The software framework uses a modern node-based architecture to allow for quick prototyping and a seamless transition into mass production.
For more information: www.kasalis.com