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Title: An initial investigation into the low-cost manufacture of diffracting objects
Authors: Lochun, D
Ramsey, BJ
Harrison, DJ
Keywords: Diffractive;Optics;Printing;Offset-lithography
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: IOP
Citation: Journal of Optics A: Pure and Applied Optics. 2 (2000) L13-L15
Abstract: In this letter we report on an initial investigation into the printing of diffracting objects via the high-speed, low-cost, printing process of offset-lithography, a method more commonly used in the printing of books and newspapers. A series of diffracting objects were printed onto clear substrates and evaluated with a coherent light source. The diffraction patterns generated correlate well with the Fourier transform of the printed image.
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Advanced Manufacturing and Enterprise Engineering (AMEE)
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