The Whole Spectrum of Optical Metrology
Since 1992, TRIOPTICS GmbH has been a leading manufacturer of optical test equipment for industrial and scientific use. The company has focused on research and development of precise and automatic optical test and measurement instruments.
- to be the worldwide technology leader in optical test equipment
- to provide our customers with innovative products at affordable prices
- to develop products that are recognized as excellent in engineering and design
- to actively cooperate with our customers, carefully assess their needs, and acknowledge their requirements
The development of innovative solutions in many fields of optical testing allowed TRIOPTICS to achieve a leading presence on the international market. Our success is the result of the commitment and dedication of our employees. The TRIOPTICS staff consists of highly qualified physicists, optical, electronic and mechanical engineers, software developers and experienced technicians in the field of precision assembly. TRIOPTICS maintains close links with local universities and offers many students the opportunity to complete their thesis within the company.
Our long-standing relationships with large multinationals allow us to focus early on new market needs and to transform them into products in the shortest conceivable time.
A new TROPTICS exhibition booth was presented on this year’s Optatec in Frankfurt.
Publication: High Precision Mounted Lens Production - Directional Adhesive Bonding vers Alignment Turning
Modern optic systems require modern assembly and joining techniques. The trend of keeping production dimensions as small as possible while maintaining or increasing optic imaging capacity leaves little room for mechanical equipment to align the individual elements in the end product.
WaveMaster® instrument series is a solution for real time wavefront measurement
Aspheric Lens Testing Using Shack-Hartmann Sensors
TriAngle® elec. autocollimators are optical test tools for high-precision measurement of angular displacements of specular reflective surfaces and the accurate angular alignment of opt. or mech. parts