Range of fiber optic tapers and rigid image guides by SCHOTT

Fused Imaging Fiber Optics

SCHOTT Fused Imaging Fiber Optics transmit a high quality image with minimal distortion and transmission loss. We transform our customers’ vision into customized forms, shapes, lengths and diameters of fused fiber optics. These are developed for specific applications and environments.
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High quality form and performance

Our range of high quality fiber optic materials and processing provides a wide spectrum of forms and shapes to suit individual customer needs. Whether you require faceplates, tapers, inverters or bonding solutions, we can customize our products to your exact requirements.

Range of SCHOTT Fiber Optic Faceplates

High resolution imaging

Fiber size as low as 2.5 µm provides high quality image transfer and resolution. Combined with traditional optical or scintillating coatings, our optics provide a wide range of solutions from image intensification to x-ray imaging for a variety of applications.

Range of SCHOTT Fused Imaging Fiber Optics

Product variants

SCHOTT Fused Imaging Fiber Optics can be designed to magnify, minify, invert or simply transfer an original image to anywhere needed for defense, medical, and industrial applications.

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Faceplates Gruppe
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Fused Imaging Fiber Optic Straight Thru
Four clear SCHOTT Image Conduits of different sizes
Range of fiber optic tapers of different shapes and sizes

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Guiding photons for improved imaging and detection

Find out more about SCHOTT’s work in laser structuring and the further functionalization of glass plates, and how it’s opened up new applications in high-precision photon guidance, such as X-ray detection and night vision imaging.

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Five reasons why glass is best for medical devices

Glass fibers offer many advantages over polymer fibers when it comes to light delivery. Here are five reasons why glass is the best choice for delivering light in medical devices such as endoscopes and dental instruments.

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Elisabeth Han - Application Engineer - BU L - Southbridge

Four things to consider when designing endoscopes

Endoscope makers strive to design smaller and smaller devices with ideally more and more light output. Join Elisabeth Y. Han, SCHOTT Application Engineer, as she looks closely at various aspects to consider when designing the optical path of a fiber-based endoscope.

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Whether you need more information, samples, a quote, or advice for a project, we would be delighted to talk to you.

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