Hembach Photonik GmbH is your development partner for illumination, sensor and imaging optical systems. It is located in Rednitzhembach, in the metropolitan area of Nuremberg, Germany. Since its foundation in 2011, Hembach Photonik has extended its fields of activity considerably, covering now most fields of classical optics.
Based on the long term experience of our staff, we develop products from the feasibility study to the virtual or real prototype. Also we analyze and improve the performance of existing optical systems and support your own design activities with customized software solutions. We fulfill your optical design and analysis requests within a wide range of application fields including, but not limited to:
Hembach Photonik offers the full development chain from concept studies, first order design, tolerancing and straylight analysis to the virtual and real prototype. For illumination, sensor and other non-imaging systems such as LED optics, light guides and free-form reflectors, we employ ASAP*), Solidworks*) as well as our own software. For imaging optics, such as camera lenses, telescopes and other high-end-systems, we count on ZEMAX*).
As good as the imaging performance of an optical system may be: it is often the sensitivity to straylight that decides about its usability in real world. Whether light scattering from surfaces or bulk matter, ghost images, diffraction or thermal radiation – we help you to analyze and reduce straylight. Based on a rich experience with straylight, Hembach Photonik is renowned for its service quality and is one of the leading suppliers for straylight analyses in Europe– with customers in space industry, optical lithography, biomedical optics and other straylight critical applications.
Scattered light is an indispensable means for the contact-free, nondestructive analysis of materials. In illumination systems, light scattering can be used for guiding and homogenizing light; in most imaging systems, it is just unwanted straylight. Hembach Photonik looks back to more than twenty years of scientific and engineering experience in the field of light scattering. We help you to design and analyze optical and illumination systems in which light scattering plays an important role.
Key applications are:
Based on a steadily growing library of software solutions, we develop optical software, both for in-house use and for our customers, covering the following features and applications: