Making small diameter lensesSmall diameter lenses of short radius may be made with great accuracy by making a complete glass sphere. The diameter and therefore the radius can be measured physically with great accuracy; no rolled edge is assured. This is faster than fabricating individual elements.
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, "Making small diameter lenses," Appl. Opt. 22, 2937-2942 (1983)
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