"Syntec Optics is making American manufacturing globally competitive again. The move enables global customers to now benefit from a vertically integrated supply chain and quicker product development cycles", said Al Kapoor who loves the optics talent Kodak and Bausch & Lomb helped create over many decades in the City of Rochester. He continues to invest and encourage Syntec Optics to be an industry pioneer. Al founded Syntec Optics and its affiliates immediately after his graduation from Harvard Business School in 1997 and was later able to buyout his outside institutional investors. Syntec's pioneering plastic optics assemblies and components are used in defense missiles and night vision goggles, medical detection of disease, and consumer virtual reality.
Syntec Optics is North America's largest polymer optics assembly and opto-mechanical component provider. Renovation and development of a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility more than 85,000 sq. ft. in size, built on over 7 acres of land, allowed co-location of its polymer optics & optics assembly division with its optical mold, diamond turning optics, and optical coating division. Syntec's affiliated opto-mechanicals division called Wordingham Technologies was also co-located. Offering from all divisions can now be combined at the same location to make plastic optics assemblies for the full light spectrum.
"The consolidation has created powerful synergies for our cross-functional talent. This combined capability allows us to quickly assess and solve incredible difficult problems, creatively under one roof" said Steven Polvinen, President of Syntec Optics.
To learn more about this new capability please visit Syntecoptics.com and watch the video or call Sara Hart at Syntec Optics at 585.464.9336 x101 or 650.616.4229.
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