Frequently, a client has a working prototype with impressive performance but without nominal parameters and tolerances. Absence of nominal parameters and tolerances indicates three important issues: the performance is not maximized; the cost is not minimized; and the quality is not consistent.
L-A-Omega develops a production model in two steps. The first step is development of a scientific model in which nominal parameters and tolerances are specified. The second step is application of production methods to the nominal parameters and tolerances of the scientific model. A blend of art and science yields maximum performance, minimum cost, and consistent quality.
Prototypes are developed by L-A-Omega in two varieties. An alpha prototype demonstrates proof-of-principle, while a beta prototype functions in a practical manner. A beta prototype is not optimized for manufacture; however, a beta unit does lay the foundation for design a production model.
L-A-Omega provides comprehensive documentation and education for its designs. Scientific models are described in a textbook style for education of the client. Mathematical models are exercised in mathcad or Excel. Optical designs are specified in Zemax. Assemblies are specified in AutoCAD or SolidWorks.
L-A-Omega provides seminars, electronic textbooks, and public data for education of its client. Such Reference Material is continually maintained and developed by the L-A-Omega during service to a client. Examples of reference are provided to the left.
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