MRF polishing and SSI metrology technologies provide precision optics manufacturers with flexible and deterministic processes. With MRF and SSI manufacturers can improve surface quality and produce complex surface shapes including aspheres and free-form optics for a wide variety of applications, sizes and geometries with demanding specifications.
Since it was founded in 1996, QED Technologies, based in Rochester, NY, has built a reputation for producing high quality products based on revolutionary, patented technology, advanced computer numerical control machines and world-class software to provide shop-ready solutions to precision optics manufacturers. QED offers state-of-the-art MRF polishing and SSI metrology manufacturing solutions that are designed to meet the needs of advanced optics manufacturers by increasing production speed and yield while decreasing costs.
QED Technologies serves the precision optics industry and counts among its worldwide customers leading precision optics manufacturers. QED is dedicated to providing revolutionary technical solutions that enable or significantly enhance our customers’ capabilities and positively impact their bottom line. Every QED employee assumes a personal role in ensuring that we deliver a quality product with outstanding customer service throughout the life cycle of the application.
QED Technologies is your first stop to solving optics manufacturing challenge. We assist you in determining exactly how MRF and SSI can improve your production processes. We appreciate your interest and welcome an opportunity to show you how we can solve your toughest optical manufacturing problems by providing a demonstration on your production parts in our customer demonstration facility.
In July 2006, QED became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cabot Microelectronics Corp. (NASDAQ:CCMP). The relationship with CMC further strengthens QED and allows the company to achieve continued growth while maintaining its commitment to provide innovative products that set new standards in manufacturing precision optics. As of October 1, 2020 Cabot Microelectronics Company is known as CMC Materials.
In July 2022, CMC Materials was acquired by Entegris (Nasdaq: ENTG). QED is now part of Entegris.
Entegris is the global leader in electronic materials for the semiconductor market. With approximately 8,800 employees across its global operations, Entegris offers the industry’s most comprehensive and innovative unit-driven end-to-end offering for semiconductor customers, in addition to solutions for the life sciences and other advanced manufacturing environments. Entegris’ solutions help customers improve their performance, productivity and yields to enable technologies that transform the world. It has manufacturing, customer service, and/or research facilities in the United States, Canada, China, France, Germany, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan. For more information about Entegris, visit us at www.entegris.com, or follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
About CMC Materials, Inc.
CMC Materials (NASDAQ: CCMP) is a global supplier of critical materials to semiconductor manufacturers and pipeline operators. Driven by our employees around the globe, CMC Materials produces materials that are key to solving our customers most demanding challenges, including the production of advanced semiconductor devices that are essential to the world’s next great technology.
CMC Materials operates from over 35 locations around the world with approximately 2,200 employees. Our research and development, clean room facilities, manufacturing operations, and related technical and customer support teams are strategically located to support and collaborate closely with our customers where they are, when they need it.