Optical Coating Technician
- Job Summary:
- Implement optical lens coating design strategies, manage machinery and work with other employees to meet client needs for optical lenses, mirrors and other optical devices.
- Participate in all aspects of coating, including optical design, process development and documentation, analysis, cleaning and inspection.
- Responsible for oversight of equipment usage and hands-on work on preventative maintenance, minor repairs and improvements to optical lens coating machinery.
- Key Responsibilities (must be able to perform with or without accommodation):
- Thoroughly inspect all “cleaned for Coating” optics to ensure surface to be coated is free of any defect
- Read blueprints and follow the specifications of each job ensuring compliance with the customer’s needs
- Operate equipment including crystal and optical monitors
- Run “Optical Thin-Film Coating Programs” on computer and model all optical coating
- Reliably calculate work to monitor ratios; able to analyze problem optical coating and modify formula to run in specific machines
- Adjust existing formulas to various glass index changes, and move optical lens coatings up or down in wavelengths
- Physical Requirements:
- Normal factory environment requiring walking, talking, sitting, standing, and seeing
- Excellent vision
- Ability to lift 35 pounds frequently and up to 75 pounds occasionally
- Ability to climb ladders
- Ability to enter product parameters into PC based control systems
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About our optical thin-film coating clean room
Our optical lens coating Cleanrooms maintain particulate-free air through the use of either HEPA or ULPA filters employing laminar or turbulent air flow principles. Laminar, or unidirectional, air flow systems direct filtered air downward in a constant stream. Laminar air flow systems are typically employed across 100% of the ceiling to maintain constant, unidirectional flow. Laminar flow criteria is generally stated in portable work stations (LF hoods), and is mandated in ISO-1 through ISO-4 classified cleanrooms.