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Single-fiber PC ferrules, developing a polishing process:

Step 1. Define your objectives, especially measurement criteria and process yields.

When developing a polishing process, it’s important to clarify your acceptance criteria and targeted yields – and have the ability to accurately measure and quantify pass/fail results. For example, do your polished ferrules need to meet an end-face geometry specification such as those specified in Telcordia GR-326? Also, virtually all polished fiber optic ferrule end-faces must meet SOME visual appearance specifications. What criteria will you use to determine if your polishing results are acceptable or not?

When developing a polishing process, we highly recommend that your initial targets are to meet GR-326 geometry requirements and IEC 61300-3-35 visual requirements – with a minimum yield expectation of 95% passing.


READ THE FULL BLOG ARTICLE HERE:  How to Develop a Fiber Optic Polishing Process that Produces Consistent Results


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