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  • 3D Optical Surface Profilers: Nexview NX2

    Zygo Corporation introduces the next generation of optical profiling instruments designed to precisely measure surface area topography quickly and with ease for enhanced productivity and versatility. The Nexview NX2 instrument is based on innovative and versatile non-contact optical technologies. Ideal applications include research, precision engineering, quality control, and advanced manufacturing.

  • Mixing And Blending Equipment For Cannabis Products

    Cannabis-infused products and medical marijuana are at the forefront of an innovative and promising industry. Fueled by a growing consumer base and increasing investor enthusiasm, the cannabis industry is opening the doors to a new generation of cosmetics, beverages, foods, nutritional supplements, pharmaceuticals, and even pet food & wellness products.

  • Optics For Automotive Night-Vision (NV) And Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)

    Automotive night vision systems and ADAS (Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems) that use thermal imaging allow drivers to detect pedestrians and retain a clear view of the road ahead, even when vision is obstructed by environmental conditions such as darkness, smoke, or fog. For maximum performance and minimal collision risk, these systems must achieve high accuracy and allow for long distance object detection. The key to meeting these requirements is the use of high sensitivity and high-resolution optics – such as Ophir’s athermalized lenses.

  • Industrial Food Scales

    Modular weighing system for sophisticated weighing tasks. Maximum readability 0.05 g to 200 g (not in legal metrology). Weighing range 3 kg up to 3,000 kg.

  • Financial Reporting

    At every stage growth, you need real-time insight into your business. 

    Our financial reports are tied directly to your contract terms to provide real-time GAAP revenues and invoice schedules so you can close the books faster, accurately project cash and breeze through audits. 

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