Abstract

A deformable bimorphic mirror with a high density of 37 electrodes and a diameter of 15 mm was fabricated to allow correction of small-scale wavefront aberrations. Laser-engraving technology was used to form a grid for the control electrodes. Wires were attached to the surfaces of the electrodes via ultrasonic welding.

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