For over 40 years Polytec has provided high-technology, laser-based measurement solutions to researchers and engineers. Our commitment is to provide the most precise and reliable optical instruments and sensors available for non-contact measurement, setting Polytec apart from the competition as the gold standard in the design and manufacture of vibrometer and velocimeter systems. Our innovations answer many pressing manufacturing and engineering challenges.
Polytec was founded in 1967 to distribute commercial laser technology to industrial and research markets. Building on the company’s early success, Polytec began to develop and manufacture innovative laser-based test and measurement instruments in the 1970’s. These products have become known around the world as the gold standard in non-contact, laser-based measurement of vibration, speed and length.
In addition, Polytec continues to develop its key business structure through critical technology acquisitions and focused spin-offs. Some of the most recent highlights include:
In 2005, Polytec PT GmbH Polymere Technologien was founded as a spin-off, with over 30 years of know how in the supply and application of high tech adhesives and silicones in demanding electronic, optical and medical industries.
In 2008, LATAB was acquired and became a member of the Polytec organization. LATAB's early entry into the LED illumination market has produced the broadest and most flexible product mix for technical applications.
Using Surface Characterization to Control Epoxy Die Bonding
Optical Inspection of PCB and BGA
The Characterization of Flexible Electronics Using Optician and Non-Destructive 3D Measurements
Using TopMap to Determine the Die Orientation of Epoxy for Surface Characterization
Advanced Optical Measurement Systems for Characterizing MEMS Devices
3D Scanning Vibrometry: Measured Submerged Surfaces under Water
Using Laser Vibrometry for Engine Development
Using Virtualized Testing to Close the Data Gap
Optimizing Thermoplastic Materials Production with Laser Vibrometers
Using a 3D Laser Doppler Vibrometer for Modal Testing
Using Lamb Wave Testing for Structural Health Monitoring
An Introduction to Laser Vibrometry and its Role in Micromechanical Device Development
3D Ultrasonic Fatigue Testing
Non-Contact Inspection of Curing Processes for Laser-Based Evaluation of Cement Hydration
TopMap Metrology Systems: a Vibrometer for the Manufacturing Process
Comparing Contact-Free Velocity Measurement in the Corrugated Board Industry with Conventional Measurement Methods
An Accelerated Mechanical Test Technique for Assessing Micro-Joints
Using Ultrasound Radiation Force for Noncontact Modal Testing of Hard-Drive Suspensions
Vibration Imaging on Facial Surfaces During Phonation
Using Laser-Doppler Vibrometry for the Optimization of Air Flow in the Read/Write Unit of Hard Disk Drives
Using Optical Measurement Techniques to Characterize MEMS Devices
The Basics of White Light Interferometry
Developing Outstanding Designs by Combining Simulations and Measurements
Optical Analysis of 3D Mechanical Motions
Dynamic Characterization of Encapsulated MEMS
Acoustic Camera for Visualization of Sound Levels