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Frost & Sullivan Acknowledges Syntec Optics' Unwavering Focus on Innovation and Strategies to Improve Profitability
Date:10/14/2008

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Oct. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Based on its recent analysis of the polymer optics market, Frost & Sullivan presents Syntec Optics with the 2008 North American Frost & Sullivan Award for Growth Excellence in recognition of its commitment to innovation and profitability. This focus has helped the company grow rapidly at an average annual growth rate of 16 percent, while accounting for 13 percent of the revenues of the total market in 2007.

The company's recent innovation, the patented high refraction diamond turning (HRDT) technology, is ideal for optics applications that require high refraction, heat resistance, and near infrared (NIR) properties. The HRDT enables direct diamond turning of polymers such as Ultem(TM) to a surface as smooth as 60 angstroms, while conventional diamond turning can only produce a surface with an average smoothness of 400 angstroms, insufficient for precision optics.

"The technology reduces the total development cost of these optics applications by almost five times, by drastically reducing the time and cost of prototype cycles," explains Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Deepan Kannan. "With HRDT you can create high performance and thermal resistant prototypes in a matter of days rather than the more typical best case of eight to twelve weeks for each cycle."

To back up the HRDT technology, Syntec has developed proprietary software that monitors and controls harmonic balancing of the DT machine and the part being turned. This will help the company create uniform and precise surfaces that exceed customer demands.

Syntec is equally adept at the innovative use of available materials. It produces tooling using advanced alloys such as CuNi that offer better thermally transmissive properties, which, in turn, enables greater control of heat exchange between molds and parts. The company has also developed new custom blends of polymers that have optical uses even in the lower ultraviolet (UV) and
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