LightMachinery is dedicated to producing the world's finest lasers, optical components and optical process machinery
The people at LightMachinery are veterans of the laser and optics world. Each individual typically brings more than 20 years of experience in the areas of optical design, high power lasers, optical fabrication, laser systems, metrology, thin film coatings and custom machinery fabrication. We have produced components and equipment for customers throughout the world involved in space science, telecommunications, semiconductor, high power lasers, academic research, nondestructive testing, biophotonics, electronics, pharmaceutical manufacturing and materials processing.
Our clean bright optical manufacturing facility is capable of producing the highest quality lasers and optical components available. We take pride in working closely with our customers and pushing the limits of optical manufacturing science. Our developments in computer controlled fluid jet polishing are setting a new standard for optical manufacturing. For more information about LightMachinery's optical manufacturing capabilities do not hesitate to contact us .
Our Excimer and CO2 pulsed gas lasers are legendary performers in industry and academic R&D. LightMachinery is the world's leading manufacturer of TEA CO2 lasers. Our laser team has been designing carbon dioxide lasers and laser marking and drilling systems for over 20 years. Our high power Excimer lasers offer an unrivalled combination of performance and value. Our knowledge of laser applications and laser system design enables us to process industrial and scientific samples and determine the best laser parameters and optical set up for any application. The people at LightMachinery have worked on countless laser applications including; printed circuit board drilling, beer bottle marking, pill and tablet drilling, gelcap marking, UV and IR spectroscopy, and laser plasma ultrasound. For more information about LightMachinery's laser applications capabilities do not hesitate to contact us .
Our Commitment to Ethics
LightMachinery Inc operates in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, and honors its commitments, both contractual and implied. In addition, we follow the following ethical principles.
We conduct our business honestly and professionally, and expect our clients and suppliers to do the same. We do not accept gifts and will not engage in bribery.
We respect confidential information exchanged between our staff, customers, and suppliers and expect the same from them.
We honor and value the abilities and contributions of others, embracing the responsibility and accountability for our actions in this regard.
We strive to be fair and objective in our actions, and we are never influenced in our decisions by issues of gender, race, creed, color, age, or personal disability.
The founders of LightMachinery have worked together for almost their entire careers. Many of the people at LightMachinery started out at Lumonics in Kanata, Ontario designing and manufacturing high power CO2 and excimer laser systems. Another group of our team comes from a company originally known as Interoptics, founded by Jeff Wimperis, one of the founders of LightMachinery. Interoptics was later purchased by Lumonics and renamed WavePrecision. WavePrecision was a renowned optical components manufacturer that was a key supplier to GSI Lumonics and JDS Uniphase as well as a key contributor to scientific and aerospace projects. In 2009 LightMachinery acquired the pulsed gas laser product lines of GSI Lumonics. LightMachinery's new facility provides an excellent infrastructure that allows our team to focus on innovative process development. Our in-house designed business management system was acclaimed by our ISO auditors as the "the best system they had ever seen" and became the template for a revolutionary cloud computing system called OfficeBooks.
A sincere 'Thanks' to our customers
Finally, we owe a very sincere 'thank you' to the customers. Here are some of the companies that have trusted us to be their supplier.
Abbott Labs, Accraply, Accucaps, Ace Laser, Acton Research, Agiltron, Alza, American Technical Ceramics, Amgen Manufacturing, Anheuser-Busch, Anvik Corporation, Apache Aerospace, Avicenna Technology, AVX, BAE, Ball Aerospace, Bausch & Lomb Clearwater, Beams, Becton Dickinson, Boeing Company, Boston Scientific, Bridgestone/Firestone, Bruckner Supply Company, Cal Tech, Cardinal Health, Carleton University, CCL/ ITRI, Cegep Andre-Laurendeau, Centre Capacitor, Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, CibaVision, Clairol ( P&G ), Clorox Services Company, Cobolt AB, Colby College, Cooper Bussman, Corning, CREOL/ College of Optics, C-Tek, Cymer Inc, Cyvera, Digital Optics, Duke University, Dupont Displays, Easton Beman, EMS Technologies, Enpath Medical, Enzon Pharmaceuticals, Essex, ETH Zurich, Physics Department, Exceltech Electronics, EXFO, Fabrinet, Fairchild Semiconductor, Form Factor, GE Consumer & Industrial, GE Global Research, Georgia Institute of Technology, Gilead Sciences, GSI Group, Harvard University, Hella Electronics, HV Manufacturing, IBT, Illumina, Indian Institute Of Technology, Industry Canada, Infineon Technologies, INRS, Institut national de la recherche scientifique, Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, International Rectifier , Iridian Spectral Technologies, ITC, JDS Uniphase, Kemet Electronics, Kraft Foods, Kulicke & Soffa, Labatt, Lake Region Manufacturing, Lasems, Laserage Technology, Lawrence Livermore National Labs, Lidar Technologies, Lightwave Laser Services, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, Lockheed Martin SAL, LSA, Luzchem Research, Marian, Marwell Laser Systems, Materials Research Institute, McMaster University, McNeil Consumer & Specialty Pharmaceuticals, Melles Griot, MetroLaser, Michigan Aerospace, MicroDynamics, Microsemi, M.I.T. Lincoln Laboratory, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Of America, MPB Communications, MVP Machine Solutions, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, National Research Council of Canada, Naval Research Laboratory, NCSU, Neptec, Nestle Canada, Nevada UST, Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology, Norland Products, Northrop Grumman, Nutra Manufacturing, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Optec s.a, Pernod Ricard USA, Pfizer Canada, Pfizer Inc., PhotoMachining, Princeton Optronics, Princeton University, Process Photonics, PSI Repair Services, Raymax Applications, Raytheon, Resonetics, Robert Mondavi Woodbridge Winery , Ryerson University, S.C. Laser Services, Sabeus, Samsung America, Schenley Distilleries, Scientific Solutions, Shanghai Jiuhe Import & Export, Siemens Ultrasound, Soon-Link, SPAWAR - US Navy, Spectra Physics, Spectral Applied Research, Spectralytics, St Jude Medical, Stanford University, Stevens Institute Of Technology, Sumitomo Heavy Industries - Laser Systems Div., SV Probe, Swiss Caps USA, Teraxion, Think Laser, Time-Bandwidth Products, Tishcon, ULE Industronics, Universite Laval, Universiteit Gent INTEC, University Of California, Berkeley, University of California, San Francisco, University Of Chicago, University Of Georgia, University of New Brunswick, University Of Ottawa, University of Sherbrooke, University of Texas at Austin, University of Toronto , University Of Utah, University of Victoria, University of Waterloo, University Of Wisconsin , Viasystems Canada, Vishay Dale Electronics, Vishay General Semiconductor, Vishay Semiconductor Opto, WavePrecision, Wella Manufacturing, Worldwide Laser Service, Wright Laser, York University.
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