Excel extends optical coating
Laser Focus World, April 2014
savvy Excel users accomplish more with optical thin film
design and measurement software. Sure, there's some
learning involved, but that's the price of productivity!
Read the article and
Excel workbooks to try for yourself. For a quick
overview watch Dave Taddeo's
YouTube video. You have Excel, so why
not do more with it?
When productivity is essential, follow the Fivefold Path to coating success:
MEASURE, ARCHIVE, ANALYZE, OPTIMIZE, AUTOMATE.
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