Holographix LLC is the industry leader in nano- and micro-replication. Our proprietary replication technology enables us to produce state-of-the-art structured surfaces and optical devices that are used in a wide array of industries including spectroscopy, life sciences, semiconductor, space, display, telecommunication, metrology, defense, and precision measurement industries.
Over the past 10 years, Holographix has earned a reputation for providing customers with outstanding design and manufacturing of surface relief structures and optical components. Our experience in processing such structures has enabled many of our technological advances in nanostructures, replicated optics, and MEMS. With a company-wide emphasis on quality, Holographix maintains a rigorous Quality Assurance program designed to ISO9001 standards.
Holographix is located 25 miles west of Boston in Hudson, Massachusetts.
Our 8,000 square foot facility is equipped with Class 1000 cleanrooms, environmentally isolated holographic labs, custom UV replication labs, thin-film coating and sputtering systems, phase-shifting interferometers, lasers, spectrophotometers and variety of software tools for modeling optical systems and diffraction gratings.
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