ZYGO Showcases Innovative Metrology Solutions at Photonics 2019, Reaffirms its Commitment to Pioneering Optics Manufacturing

In the laser optics and metrology sector, constant innovation is the key to stay relevant and competitive. This was particularly evident at the Photonics 2019 exhibition, a technically advanced forum that offered a unique platform for showcasing cutting-edge products designed for the optics manufacturing market. However, amidst this plethora of advanced solutions, the challenge was to stand out and convince potential customers of the unique advantages they could gain from adopting specific technologies.

In response to this challenge, ZYGO showcased a variety of groundbreaking products, each offering unique features aimed at solving particular industry challenges. The Dynafiz interferometer, for instance, stood out with its three distinct acquisition modes, including a dynamic mode that allows data acquisition at near-frame rates, thereby ensuring swift and accurate measurements.

Another innovative product, the Verifire MST, was designed to address the need for measuring multiple surfaces simultaneously—an essential requirement for high-precision glass applications, as well as consumer electronics like thin display glass.

The ZH Pro, based on ZYGO’s core Coherence Scanning Interferometer technology, offers the versatility to measure a wide range of applications—from gasoline and diesel injectors to optics—with the same performance, reliability, and lifespan as high-end systems like the NewView or NexView.

Then there’s the NexView 2, ZYGO’s flagship profiler that boasts a large stage and high performance in vertical resolution. This versatile tool can be employed in diverse applications, such as measuring the roughness or spatial frequencies on optics. It is equally valuable in R&D settings and production environments, where it often sits right next to the production machines.

This emphasis on innovative solutions and the range of potential applications these products cater to is a testament to ZYGO’s ability to understand and respond to diverse customer needs. The real measure of success, however, lies in the subsequent orders and new customers they attract—an affirmation of their ongoing commitment to providing industry-leading solutions in optics and metrology.

In essence, ZYGO’s participation in the Photonics 2019 exhibition showcases the company’s role as a pioneer in the field of laser optics and metrology, committed to delivering versatile, high-performing solutions that meet the evolving needs of their customer base. Their presence at such exhibitions also underlines their commitment to understanding and addressing new applications, paving the way for continued innovation and growth.

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