Amorphous Materials Inc.: Committed to quality

 Amorphous Materials,Inc.(AMI) has developed the technology and built the facility capable of compounding and casting 10,000 lbs. of glass per year. Help and support in the effort was obtained from the U.S. Army Night Vision Laboratory at Ft.Belvoir. Plates 8" in diameter weighing 20 lbs. are produced in high purity quartz containers fabricated at AMI. Each plate is purified by distillation in a computer controlled process. After passing the stringent Q.C. procedures, plates serve as a source for the required lens blanks or optical elements. Melt traceability is maintained.

 AMI fabricates small diameter, short focal length AMTIR lenses, commonly used in commercial passive IR devices for remote tempersture sensing.

Greg Whaley
 
Amorphous Materials, Inc. President  A. Ray Hilton II and Greg Whaley, Sales/Contracts vice president, accept their award from Bob Costello and Jim Craig. Subcontracts Manager Vicky Hutchinson, Joint Strike Fighter Electro-Optical Targeting System program, nominated them for the award.
Amorphous Materials, Inc. develops and manufactures Amorphous Material Transmitting Infrared Radiation 1, 4 and 5 in support of the LANTIRN and Joint Strike Fighter Electro-Optical Targeting System programs. Amorphous Materials also provides Gallium Arsenide in support of the Arrowhead program. Amorphous Materials is recognized as a valued partner for its dependable quality and delivery performance, sustaining ratings of 100 percent for both quality and delivery. The company has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to employing the most innovative tools and techniques available to ensure customer satisfaction.



Here is a Link to Dr Hilton's book

 

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