Today, very few companies can boast a successful history of innovation spanning over eighty years. At Meller Optics, formerly the Adolf Meller Company, our tradition of excellence began in 1921 in Providence, Rhode Island manufacturing hard crystalline materials such as Ruby and Sapphire for the jewelry industry. The war years required innovation in the form of jewel bearing fabrication for the US government. Building on our leadership in the fabrication of Sapphire materials, Meller Optic¡¦s business evolved into the manufacture of high tolerance laser, industrial, and medical optics utilizing a full range of ultraviolet, visible, and infrared materials.
Very few companies have committed the resources that we have at Meller Optics to the manufacture of optical and electro-optical components. Our manufacturing processes and the services we provide are technical and complex, but the principle behind what we do is very simple. We take materials that are difficult to work with and fabricate functional components that meet the exacting specifications of our customers.
Meller Optics Introduces Visible & Far Infrared Broadband Optics for OEMs
Meller Optics Introduces Custom Fabricated Sapphire Viewports and Sight Windows
Meller Optics Supplies Full Line of Sapphire and Ruby Balls
Meller Optics Introduces Wide Range of Production Overrun Precision Optics
Meller Offers Microlux Alumina Powders in Two Grades and Seven Particle Sizes
Custom Engineered and Fabricated Sapphire Viewport Windows from Meller Optics
New All Natural Polishing Pitch for Optics by Meller
Meller Optics Launches Sapphire Windows and Lenses
Meller Optics Launches Infrared and Broadband Optics for Sensor Applications
New Sapphire and Spinel Optical Domes from Meller
Meller Optics Offers New Sapphire Optical Domes
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