Litton Engineering Laboratories is a leading manufacturer of glass working lathes, chucks and burners for use in the manufacture of scientific glass apparatus, lasers, high intensity lighting, vacuum tubes and art glass. Litton glass working lathes are also used in the fiber optic preform manufacturing industry as the base machine used in deposition lathes (MCVD), collapse lathes, sleeving lathes, fire polish lathes, and elongation lathes.
Litton is also a distributor of scientific glass apparatus, borosilicate glass tubing and rod, and glass working tools and supplies for the glassblower and lampworker.
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