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Designed to accommodate a wide range of high-accuracy test operations, including vacuum and cryogenic testing, our Optical Test Facility includes ten different labs/test areas.
It provides inspection, testing and cleaning of a wide array of optical components and systems for airborne and space applications. With expertise in the most advanced optical technologies, our staff offers upfront and in-process consultation services for optical systems and component designs that must achieve high levels of performance under very challenging conditions.
Our facility is used for Ball programs, but is available to other optical technology companies who need rigorous testing in a fully-qualified environment. For more information and specifications on Ball’s Optical Test Facilities and services, please contact us.
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