LightWorks Optical Systems now named II-VI Optical Systems

Oct. 6, 2014
Now a wholly owned subsidiary of II-VI Incorporated, Lightworks Optical Systems has announced the launch of its new name and corporate identity as II-VI Optical Systems.

Now a wholly owned subsidiary of II-VI Incorporated (Nasdaq: IIVI), Lightworks Optical Systems has announced the launch of its new name and corporate identity as II-VI Optical Systems in support of the business unit and divisional restructuring effort of II-VI.

RELATED ARTICLE: LightWorks MWIR fixed-focus objective lenses optimized for 3 to 5 micron spectral range

As a vertically integrated provider of high precision optical assemblies, objectives, infrared optics and components, windows, domes, thin film coatings, and optical materials, II-VI Optical Systems will continue offering its award-winning design engineering, manufacturing, assembly and test capabilities for a variety of applications in the defense, medical, aerospace, and commercial markets. II-VI Optical Systems is now positioned in the Military and Materials Group under II-VI Inc.’s Performance Product Segment. Also included in the Military and Materials Group are the II-VI Performance Metals and II-VI Max Levy divisions.

II-VI Optical Systems general manager, Andrew Riser, said, "The re-branding of our company name coincides with the reorganization of II-VI into three operating segments which has streamlined operations and allows our customers access to critical new resources. It also better reflects the technical and financial strength of II-VI Incorporated to provide our customers with world-class product offerings, services, and materials.”

Headquartered in Murrieta, CA, II-VI Optical Systems will continue to operate from its Murrieta and Tustin, CA facilities.

Headquartered in Saxonburg, PA, with manufacturing, sales, and distribution facilities worldwide, II-VI Incorporated produces numerous crystalline compounds including zinc selenide for infrared laser optics, silicon carbide for high-power electronic sand microwave applications, and bismuth telluride for thermoelectric coolers.

SOURCE: II-VI Optical Systems;

Sponsored Recommendations

Request a quote: Micro 3D Printed Part or microArch micro-precision 3D printers

April 11, 2024
See the results for yourself! We'll print a benchmark part so that you can assess our quality. Just send us your file and we'll get to work.

Request a free Micro 3D Printed sample part

April 11, 2024
The best way to understand the part quality we can achieve is by seeing it first-hand. Request a free 3D printed high-precision sample part.

How to Tune Servo Systems: The Basics

April 10, 2024
Learn how to tune a servo system using frequency-based tools to meet system specifications by watching our webinar!

Precision Motion Control for Sample Manipulation in Ultra-High Resolution Tomography

April 10, 2024
Learn the critical items that designers and engineers must consider when attempting to achieve reliable ultra-high resolution tomography results here!

Voice your opinion!

To join the conversation, and become an exclusive member of Laser Focus World, create an account today!