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Omega Optical LLC
Omega Optical LLC - Brattleboro, VT
Precision optical filters since 1969, from UV to NIR. We specialize in custom filters from prototype to OEM quantities. Fluorescence, astronomy, and overrun filters in stock. Prototyping, engineering, and high-volume production utilizing plasma-assisted reactive magnetron sputtering, e-beam, thermal evaporation, and ion assist. ISO 9001:2015 Certified.
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Zygo Corporation
Zygo Corporation - Middlefield, CT
Specializes in the design and manufacture of advanced optical metrology instruments and systems, ultraprecise optical components and assemblies, and providing electro-optical design and manufacturing services.
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Ohara Corporation, Eastern Office
Ohara Corporation, Eastern Office - Branchburg, NJ
Manufactures precision optical glasses: strip/slab, blanks, fine gobs, polished ball lenses, near-UV transmitting i-Line glass, ceramic substrates, CaF2, UV/IR materials, quartz, fused silica (std./excimer grade). Ohara CCZ ultralow expansion (excellent CTE; large size). Nanoceram. Double-side polished substrates (low surface roughness, excellent flatness).
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Firebird Optics - Northport, NY
Optical Guidance Systems - Huntingdon Valley, PA
Opticraft Inc. - Woburn, MA
Tele Vue Optics Inc. - Chester, NY
Glossary
  • astronomical mirror An astronomical mirror, also known as a telescope mirror or primary mirror, is a key component of a reflecting telescope. It serves as the primary optical element responsible for gathering and focusing light from distant astronomical objects, such...
  • astronomical telescope An astronomical telescope is a type of optical instrument designed to gather and magnify light from distant celestial objects for observation and analysis. It typically consists of two main optical components: an objective lens or mirror, and an...
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