Worldwide supplier of advance stock and custom optics and electro-optics
Precision optics including extreme precision aspheres and freeform, meter-class flats and windows in common and exotic materials. Full electro-mechanical-optical design/prototype and manufacturing capabilities for medical, defense, military, ISR, semiconductor and industrial technology research.
Laurel Brook Road
Middlefield, CT 06455-0448
Contact: Neil Curtis
Innovative technology enables form measurement of both front and back surfaces of thin optics, simultaneously.
Automotive engine manufacturers, seeking to maximize efficiency and reduce emissions, have been using innovative materials and methods to reduce engine weight. One method of reducing weight is to replace the heavy cast-iron cylinder liners, used in aluminum cylinder blocks, with lighter-weight materials that are wear resistant and thermally efficient.
ZYGO helps major automaker implement precision metrology to measure and quantify lead angle of shaft sealing surfaces to reduce friction and improve efficiency.
ZYGO's Smart Setup feature simplifies the process of setting up the sample and instrument for various surfaces and measurement types.
Do you have a need for precise, high-speed, non-contact surface metrology and inspection? Are you an OEM manufacturer or system integrator looking to partner with a leading company with the experience to ensure your success? ZYGO's 3D Optical profilers are now available as a fully integrable solution with a long history of successful production integrations.
Thin, parallel optics are difficult to measure, because both front and back surfaces reflect light. Fourier- Transform Phase Shifting Interferometry can separate those reflections and provide more information than traditional methods.
ZYGO's Compass ™ micro lens metrology system helps manufacturers verify lens quality and refine their manufacturing processes.
This article informs the reader on grazing incidence interferometry; a relatively simple technique that is useful for large or non-specular metrology.
This video provides an overview of ZYGO Corporation’s electro-optics design and manufacturing capabilities.
ZYGO is focused on bringing solutions centered around precision optical components, extreme precision optical components, and optical assembly services. With abilities to work on a build-to-print basis or build a design from scratch through to volume production, ZYGO offers in-process quality assurance to make sure end product meets or exceeds the customer's specifications.
ZYGO's surface measurement technology is further enhanced with vibration-tolerant SureScan™ technology, which enables users to locate the ZeGage system anywhere in your manufacturing facility without the need for bulky and expensive vibration isolation systems.
SmartSetup™ technology helps users get measurement data from their ZYGO optical profiler quickly by automating set up and configuration tasks.
Justin Turner from Zygo Corporation discusses how to do so by involving a supplier at an early point in the design phase. Check out the full video for more information.
Zygo Corporation has announced the introduction of its latest generation of ZeGage™ 3D optical profiling instruments providing precise and rapid non-contact measurement of surface topography for enhanced quality and process control.
Zygo Corporation’s latest generation Nexview™ NX2 and NewView™ 9000 3D optical profiling instruments precisely measure surface area topography quickly and with ease for enhanced productivity and versatility, addressing a broad range of applications.
Zygo Corporation is pleased to introduce the Verifire™ HDX laser interferometer system with ultra-high spatial resolution and advanced imaging for measuring surface form and transmitted wavefront of high-performance optical components and systems. At the core of the Verifire HDX is a new optical design, which delivers improved instrument transfer function (ITF) and ultra-high spatial resolution for superior characterization of midspatial frequency (MSF) characteristics and high-slope surface form errors, with high precision and confidence.
Zygo Corporation provided LIGO Scientific Collaboration with extremely high-precision optics for its successful detection of gravitational waves and thereby confirming one of the major predictions of Albert Einstein's 1915 General Theory of Relativity.