Precision reticle, aperture, grading and micropattern products on glass, ceramics, film and metal foils is designed and manufactured by Graticules Optics It has experience in the field of scientific, metrology, instrumentation, space applications, military and microscopy of over 75 years. Additionally, it possesses a huge portfolio of standard products which are accompanied by delivering custom solutions to match OEM requirements and small optical assembly.
Until the transitional period is over, the products by Graticules will remain to be available on the Pyser Optics website. Furthermore, all necessary contact details will also remain as it is until further notice is served.
A recent statement given by the Managing Director of Pyser Optics, Kevin Cook expressed the company’s delight regarding the sale of Graticules business to scientific Digital Imaging PLC. Both companies mutually believe that the decision is a correct one for Graticules, as it will give it the opportunity to flourish and grow its turnover and profitability even more. Thus it is an exciting time for Graticules. He added that even though the business will have new owners, they hope that the close working ties will continue even after the transition period.
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