Accurately machined mechanical parts are the basis for the precision of every optical system, this is where every hundredth millimeter counts. Employees like Patrick Gierlinger, who has been working at In-Vision for 3 years, know exactly how to achieve the accuracy that every part of our UV light projectors needs to be the best in the world.
INV: For this conversation I went to the in-house production at our company to meet our interview partner. Hi Patrick. Good to see you.
Patrick: Hello, thank you for having me.
INV: When entering the production hall and meeting you at the machine, we find you very concentrated and in your element. Can you tell me about your connection to the machine?
Patrick: I am excited about the possibilities it can offer. Not only can it produce all workpieces with a wide variety of shapes, but it makes it possible to achieve highest precision. In conjunction with optics, this factor is vital. All these parts have very tight tolerances. Workpieces must be designed such that the physical calculations of light refraction remain constant within the tolerances and are not affected by inaccuracies.
Except for the technical limitations due to the processing methods and the material, there are no limits. If you learn to use it correctly, you can create so much with it.