How to design an aspheric mirror sag for the below equation,
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Q1. What version of SolidWorks are you using?
Q2. Can you attach the *.sldprt file of your attempt here?
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I am using SW2016
Image of the part is pasted below.
In the equation, except r, all others are constants and are known.
The previous request was to Attach the *.sldprt file here, not an image file.
If someone gave you that exact same image file and asked, "How was this created?" What would be your answer?
SolidWorks is a history-based modeler.
In essence the file would be a recipe of how you "baked the cake" and the actual cake.
Your image isn't even the cake, but merely a picture of the cake.
Hey Jose maybe if you show us a example something like this one maybe we make something
Derivation of the mirror equation | Geometric optics | Physics | Khan Academy - YouTube
If we have wich means each variable it's will be Easy peasy lemon squeezy
Hey Jose can you show Us a drawing with to what is each letter of your ecuation means?
Thank You for your response.
It is actually the surface shown below.
Since i was not able to use the equation directly in solidworks ( for which i needed help ) , i solved the equation and made the surface using the results.
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