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  • Maximizing the field of view: SCHOTT RealView™ high-index

    SCHOTT unveils SCHOTT RealView, a breakthrough in high-index glass wafers that allows more immersive augmented reality (AR) applications. These new wafers are made from optical glass with a high refractive index, enabling a wider field of v...
  • 100 million fire viewing panels in nearly 40 years

    SCHOTT will be exhibiting coated ROBAX IR Max fire viewing panels and has news to share on its opaque printing color opaque black at the Progetto Fuoco trade fair in Verona, Italy. New bending radii will also be presented for the first time...
  • Glass-ceramics as a catalyst for product design

    Transparent, robust and esthetic: SCHOTTs NEXTREMA glass-ceramics are on target to impress visitors during the 2018 edition of the Hannover Messe with material ideas to inspire special product designs. High-tech glass-ceramics from SCHOTT N...
  • Clear view of information boards and displays

    For the first time an exhibitor at IT Trans, SCHOTT offers a variety of sophisticated solutions for technical glazing for transport and traffic Technical glazing performs important functions in transport and traffic, for example as nearly i...
  • Powerful illumination: SCHOTT enhances VisiLED series for st

    At this years Optatec in Frankfurt, May 15th - 17th, SCHOTT will present its new light illumination solution for stereo microscopy at booth C11. As part of the modular VisiLED series, the new VisiLED S40-75 is a high brightness and slim LED...
  • Precision material with practically zero expansion - ZERODUR

    For 50 years, the name has said it all: ZERODUR. Half a century ago, materials specialists from SCHOTT using ingenious process technology developed this special glass-ceramic with a coefficient of expansion of nearly zero. This makes the ma...
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