Photonics West 2022

Lumetrics Virtual Booth

Lumetrics develops and manufactures precision non contact thickness measurement and optical inspection systems for medical, glass, food packaging, ophthalmic, automotive, and film industries. Our breakthrough precision thickness measurement technology is fast, accurate, flexible, and scalable to most QA laboratories, R&D centers, or production lines. With our personalized service, every client benefits from direct collaboration with our engineers. Lumetrics provides off-the-shelf products as well as custom metrology solutions and discovery service to meet your needs.

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Transparent Armor




Silicon Wafers


Custom Metrology

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Lumetrics Metrology Solutions Corporate Video

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Automated Windshield Measurement


Lumetrics Blog: Global Shortage of Silicon Wafer Chips Fuels Onoing Growth and High Throughput Demand

Given the opportunity for additional revenue from increased demand amid the limited supply for many products incorporating silicon wafer chips, fabricators must focus on maximizing output with the raw materials they have and avoid waste at every step of the complex fabrication process. The implementation of advanced non-contact thickness measurement tools may hold the key.

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Measuring the 2.5d Profile of silicon wafers for increased wafer fabrication efficiency and integrated circiut yields

Accurately measuring semiconductor chips early in the manufacturing process allows product engineers, quality managers, plant managers, and lab managers to identify product issues as soon as possible. These early catches allow for alterations to reduce the waste costs and product defects.

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Lumetrics Awarded Contract from the Army Research Lab

Lumetrics, a manufacturer of precision non-contact thickness measurement and non-contact optical inspection systems, today announced a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract with the Army Research Lab (ARL) to ensure the quality development of transparent armor (TA) products, such as ballistic and blast-resistant glass.

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Inspection of Bonded Interfaces using Scanning Infrared Interferometry

Detecting voids in bonded wafer pairs is critical for ensuring robust bonding processes and managing yield. Here, a new measurement technique to detect voids in bonded using scanning infrared (IR) interferometry is described and used to detect voids in direct-bonded silicon wafer pairs. 

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Lumetrics Blog: Advancing Quality Assurance with White Light Interferometry

The demand for touchscreen technology continues to outstrip supply—this is a trend that shows no sign of waning as 2022 gets underway. Recent market statistics published by Counterpoint show that shipments of cell phones in the U.S. market have grown 27% despite shortages in raw materials including silicon chips which are key components for their production.

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Windshield Wedge Angle and Layer Thickness Measurements

A small degree of wedge angle has been found useful in minimizing ghosting in automotive windshields with Heads Up Displays (HUD). The Lumetrics OptiGauge II can measure the thickness of all layers of a laminated windshield simultaneously and is capable of determining the wedge angle as a function of location on the windshield with a high degree of accuracy as well as determining how much wedge is in each layer.

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Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) Windshield Measurements

Advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) works as the name describes. ADAS systems provide the driver information on hazards and potential hazards on the road. The complex software algorithms behind the ADAS hazard identification process rely upon highly accurate telemetry data coming from multiple sensors. One key sensor is a forward looking windshield mounted camera.

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Automotive Glazing Presentation by Filipp Ignatovich, Ph. D. 

Optical measurements are surprisingly simple and intuitive. You have a source of light; the light then interacts with the windshield; and then a detector analyzes the light after the interaction. There are only two types of interactions with the windshield – light passing through (transmission) and light reflecting from the windshield.

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