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Abrisa Technologies, a member of HEF Photonics, is a globally recognized technology glass fabrication and optical thin film coating company with expertise in high volume manufacturing and engineering capabilities, delivering Total Solutions that provide excellent performance, fitness-for-use, and economies of scale. Our US based, state-of-the-art ISO 9001:2015 and ITAR registered facilities include Abrisa Industrial Glass in Santa Paula, CA and ZC&R Coatings for Optics in Torrance CA. These two divisions produce solutions from cut-to-order coated glass components to custom complex and ready-to-install fabricated, strengthened, optically coated, electronically enabled and branded sub-assemblies. Our Total Solutions serve a variety of markets including Micro-Electronics, Defense and Avionics, Display, Industrial Automation, Optical Sensors, Imaging, Photonics, Medical & Dental, Life Science and more.

Specialty & Technical Glass Materials

It all starts with the basic element, the glass. Each substrate has unique and specific qualities which are matched to the application and specifications that your unique project requires. Our innovative engineering staff and expert production teams work with you, our customer, to develop your custom engineered optics solutions for your application-specific requirement whether it be a prototype or a production run. Our broad scope of in-house capabilities allows Abrisa Technologies to integrate coatings and glass, providing a cost-effective, turnkey approach optimized for your project. High Efficiency Optical Coatings

Abrisa Technologies works in close collaboration with you, our customer to understand your market challenges and your program needs.Our expertise in photonics enabled applications and design capability in thin film coatings and technology glass combined with our volume manufacturing experience, makes us uniquely positioned to offer technical solutions and economies of scale not available from other glass or coating sources.Our team provides Total Solutions with single-point accountability that embody application specific optical performance, fitness-for-use enhancements and excellent economies of scale with volume manufacturability to meet your program and budget needs. Custom Flat Glass Fabrication

Abrisa Technologies provides precision custom machined optical components from prototype to high volume and OEM production. We can apply a variety of precision processes, individually or in combination, to any glass substrate. 90% of Glass Fabrication requirements are unique, consequently when you require a specific transmission, size, edge, polish, or cleanliness standard or more for your product, turn to Abrisa Technologies to produce your glass fabrication components. Abrisa Technologies' team of experts provides custom flat glass components from small singulated wafer components to large multi-meter sized protective glass solutions for displays, instruments, sensor array panels, and more. Fabrication can be as simple as waterjet cutting or as sophisticated as CNC machined parts with precision registered features suitable for airtight seals, precision controls mounting, and much more. Fabrication services are available on any of our 0.07mm to several inch thick glass, ceramic, and specialty technology glass solutions.

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Application Note - Using Beam Splitters for Teleprompters (Industrial Coatings and Sealants) Abrisa Technologies’ teleprompter beam splitter glass is used when talent needs to access text or prompts from an LCD or digital projection system and maintain a direct facing camera or audience... (View Full Article)
Application Note: Low Sparkle Non Glare Glass (Carbides, Ceramics and Glass Materials) "Sparkle" occurs when non-glare glass is used with a display and has a surface where the etch pattern size and roughness has variation resulting in inconsistent, insufficient, or unpredictable light... (View Full Article)