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June 10th, 2003
Closing In On Perfection
A new chapter is being written in the history of light manipulation. Lenses that return sight to the blind. Smaller ones, the size of a lentil, that make DVD and CD players possible. High-tech lights in cars and homes that can outlast old-fashioned bulbs by decades. What those products have in common is that they, or their enabling components, are made by ultraprecision machine tools.
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