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Lambda Research Corporation Launches New Web Site

Published: Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, August 13, 2013
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New website features TracePro®, award-winning opto-mechanical design software.

Lambda Research Corporation has announced the launch of their new web site featuring TracePro®, the company’s award-winning opto-mechanical design software for layout, optimization, and analysis of illumination systems.

The new web site also includes information on OSLO, the world’s foremost imaging and lens design system, and on advanced metrology hardware and production control systems that the company represents.

The new web site can be visited at: www.lambdares.com.

“We’re thrilled to be launching our new web site, which we hope will become a resource for optical and design engineers looking for technical information and professional guidance on their projects,” said Dr. Edward Freniere, President of Lambda Research Corporation.

Dr. Freniere continued, “The intent is to focus on our flagship software, TracePro, while clearly showing our support for our additional software, such as OSLO, as well as hardware from some of the world’s leading manufacturers.”

Lambda Research Corporation will be demonstrating TracePro®, award-winning opto-mechanical design software, which is used for designing and analyzing illumination and optical systems.

TracePro streamlines the prototyping to manufacturing process by combining an intuitive 3D CAD interface, advanced utilities, and seamless interoperability with popular CAD programs including SolidWorks.

Trusted by design engineers around the world, TracePro is the ideal tool for all types of optical and illumination applications, including lighting, displays, automotive, medical, industrial manufacturing, aerospace, and defense systems.


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