Opto-mechanical design brings together the many components required to build optical, electro-optical and IR hardware. This is the part of the engineering cycle where all design concepts are expected to be resolved into real-world components that can be either bought or built. Critical components include the tolerancing and fabrication limitations of optical components, alignment mechanisms and go-or-no-go decisions on their use, structural design as it applies to low-strain lens and mirror mounts as well as kinematic mounts and alignment and structural vibrations under sinusoidal and random PSD loads.
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