Category: Thickness Measurement

When our customers adopt a Lumetrics non contact thickness measurement system, they experience a significant reduction in waste, a smoother manufacturing process, a better end product, and a dramatic increase in their profit margins.

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Data Relay Application by Clark Cianfarini

A few years ago, we were approached by one customer that needed to use a non-Windows based system. A customer had never made a request like this before, so there were no Lumetrics products available to meet this need. To redevelop all of the existing Lumetrics software for different operating systems would have been time and cost prohibitive. Instead of turning away the customer, several Lumetrics engineers were able to think of a solution that would not take a lot of development time.

Lumetrics, Inc. launches new Web Store for its Thickness and Wavefront Measurement Equipment

August 15, 2016, Rochester, NY: Lumetrics Inc., the leading manufacturer of precision measurement solution equipment known for offering precision thickness and wavefront measurement instrumentation, is proud to announce the launch of its highly anticipated Web Store. Lumetrics’ Web Store allows customers to easily order probes, fixtures, software, and other accessories in the U.S. (please note that web store shipments are… Read more »

Measurement of Bioresorbable Stents

Metal stents have been available since 1988.  Through the 1990’s, stents went through numerous iterations, incorporating different metals and coatings.  As the medical products industry moved through the 2000’s, the use of bioresorbable stents became the newest innovation.  And, it is a tremendous innovation. Through the use of bioresorbable stents, physicians are able to reduce… Read more »

How It’s Made: Fiber Optics

One of our rock-star engineers, Clark, sent me this video today because he thought it was really interesting- it shows how fiber optics are made.  I’d have to agree that it is a pretty fascinating video. This video was featured on the Discovery Channel’s “How It’s Made” television series in an episode about fiber optics.  In… Read more »

Next: The 10 Crazy Medtech Ideas That Could Disrupt Medicine

This is a fun summary of 10 great new ideas in the medical device industry that could really change your life.  As we look back on 2014 and forward to 2015 we should keep these technologies in mind.  All of them use photonics at their core. http://www.qmed.com/mpmn/gallery/10-crazy-medtech-ideas-could-disrupt-medicine

Coolest Technologies of 2014 | Qmed

There are technology breakthroughs, and then there are jaw-droppingly amazing technology breakthroughs. We at Qmed have seen plenty of incredible technologies come across our radar this year. Here are 10 that especially impressed us: Coolest Technologies of 2014 | Qmed.

Lumetrics®, Inc. Presents Research On Spherical Aberration Standards to Optics Community

David Compertore, scientist at Rochester-based Lumetrics Inc, presents latest findings on spherical aberration standards to the optics community at the 2013 OptiFab conference. The leading manufacturer of optical measurement and non contact thickness measurement solutions, Lumetrics®, Inc. was selected to present at the prominent 2013 OptiFab conference and exhibition. David Compertore, Lumetrics scientist, presented his… Read more »