Rochester, NY (PRWEB) April 06, 2012
Zachary Eastman, Opto-Mechanical Engineer, joins ASE Optics to expand the contract engineering companys capabilities in opto-mechanical system design, particularly in the fields of microscopy and spectroscopy. ASE Optics provides optical engineering services and custom lens assembly manufacturing for companies worldwide.
ASE General Manager Christopher Cotton notes: We support product development teams struggling with optical and opto-mechanical assemblies. Zachs design and integration experience will help us quickly analyze, improve, and test systems.
Zachary Eastman adds, Ive had the opportunity to see products Ive helped design through to manufacturing and successful sales. Joining ASE Optics is an exciting opportunity to work on a broad range of applications, when and where a product development team needs help.
Zach Eastman received his Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology. Zach has worked as a mechanical engineer, optical engineer and lens designer for Lucid, Inc., on projects such as designing and manufacturing laser scanning confocal microscopes, high NA objective lenses, macro lenses and lighting systems, laser diode modules, confocal optical systems and multi-laser, multi-detector fluorescent capable confocal microscopes. Zach will work with ASE Optics customers to develop better performing systems through his cross-functional experience in lens design, hardware, electronics, firmware, and opto-mechanical engineering.
About ASE Optics
ASE Optics was founded in 1994 to provide optical engineering support for companies who couldnt find, couldnt afford, or couldnt justify having an optical engineer on staff. ASE Optics sees beyond the lens, providing elegant optical designs that work within the system, maintaining integrity and seamlessly integrating for optimal system performance. Their optical engineers expertise is both deep and broad, crossing industries from security and defense to consumer electronics to medical devices. ASE Optics offers a Discovery Service, 20 hours of engineering for $ 1950, to define an engineering problem, or identify a solution for problems that are well defined. Visit http://www.aseoptics.com to learn more.