Miniature Optical Device Design and Manufacturing for OEM’s
The Lighthouse Imaging objective is to create medical optical devices for our OEM partners that perform their required functions as directly and efficiently as possible.
As an acknowledged leader in miniature visualization devices and endoscopic equipment, Lighthouse has successfully produced many leading medical optical products, including: 3D scopes, visualization systems, surgical robots, arthroscopes, laparoscopes, fiberoptic endoscopes, dental endoscopes, ureteroscopes, video endoscope adapters, “chip-on-tip” endoscopes, ophthalmic instrumentation, and disposable endoscopes.
With over 100 years of combined industry experience in medical optics, we can assure clients of professional guidance starting with initial feasibility studies through to manufacturing.
Lens Design (link to lens design page)
Medical Optics Consulting (add Link)
Medical Opto-Mechanical Systems Design and Engineering Services
- Technology assessments
- Feasibility studies
- Product definition
- Full lifecycle Opto-mechancial Product development, guidance, and consultation through all phases of development and production
- Services cover wholistic systems approach (Optical, Software, Electrical and Mechanical)
- 3D Solid Modeling
Prototype manufacturing for concept testing and FDA submissions
- Procurement services – optical and fiberoptic components
- Stringent Document and Revision Controls
Conversion to and execution of high volume pptics module and systems manufacturing
- Optical tooling
- Component sourcing
- FDA and ISO QC and Regulatory processes
Optical repair and evaluation equipment
Optical Testing & Evaluation Services:
- Large In-house laboratory
- Endoscope parameters lab
- Fiberoptic measurements
- Technical X-rays
- Presentation graphics
- Regulatory documentation
- Optical assembly procedures
- Training material
Chip on Tip Endoscope – Whitepaper
Questions to ask your team to get started!
Defining optical design specifications for custom chip-on-tip endoscopes can be a daunting task. In optics, the critical specifications are literally invisible, and it is common that parameters critical to the success of the device are overlooked.