Join the LensMechanix for Creo Lighthouse Program for early adopters
Join the LensMechanix
for Creo Lighthouse Program for early adopters
You can be among the first to try the new LensMechanix
for Creo application—the best way for mechanical engineers to package optical
systems in Creo. By signing up for the Lighthouse Program, you’ll receive early
access to LensMechanix for Creo builds for the duration of the program, with
new versions released monthly until the end of Q2 2018. You’ll also be able to
influence the feature set of the final release. Lighthouse Program participants
will have access to LensMechanix for Creo at no cost for the duration of the
Lighthouse Program, then get an exclusive discounted price on the final
For more information send an inquiry directly to Zemax
Six best practices for optical product design teams
In their groundbreaking study Six Myths of Product Development, Stefan Thomke and Donald Reinertsen exposed common fallacies of product development and presented 12 best practices for overcoming them (Harvard Business Review, May 2012). This eGuide highlights how Zemax Virtual Prototyping applies six of these best practices—and what it means for the optical products you design.
Get Optical Products to Market Faster Using Modern Virtual Prototyping
Companies developing cutting-edge optical products—from virtual reality to autonomous vehicles—can gain an enormous competitive advantage by getting their products to market ahead of their competitors. This first-to-market strategy is putting increased pressure on product development schedules. One of the biggest challenges is repeated failed physical prototypes, which often cause design delays and significant unplanned expenses. Better coordination between optical and mechanical engineers is critical to removing this roadblock.