Optomechanical and Precision Machine Design Consulting

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What do you want to accomplish?

Does the success of your product or instrument depend on precision motion, accurate alignment, or optical performance?

Does it need to maintain maintain accuracy and alignment and perform reliably over a long period of time, under harsh or exotic conditions such as weapon-shock, temperature in excess of 500°C, or washdown and sterilization?

Do your customers demand higher accuracy and faster throughput at the same time?

Do you want to start competing in the high end of the market, requiring targeted, cost-effective performance improvements?

Or to reach a broader market with a more affordable model or product that doesn’t eat into profit margins?

Contributing to your success by doing what we do best

Stabilized gimbal and optical payload including laser rangefinder, lasaer designator, LWIR, MWIR, and optical sensors.Practical Precision can help you achieve these goals and more – meeting aggressive performance and cost objectives, getting to market faster, and capitalizing on new opportunities – without increasing fixed costs.

We specialize in helping companies develop complex, highly integrated systems that depend on precision motion or optics to achieve breakthrough-levels of performance.

With experience applying this expertise in industries as diverse as aerospace/defense, medical devices/life science, semiconductor equipment, and precision manufacturing, we will work with you to satisfy the hard and soft requirements of your industry, market, and customers.

Let your organization focus on its core competency and value proposition, while you leverage our expertise and capabilities to develop a solution to your design challenge, exploit existing opportunities, or enter new markets for your products and services.

The first step toward a solution is easy

To discuss a particular challenge or development effort, or if you just want to learn more about how we might be able to help and the capabilities we can provide you:

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– Rob Campbell, PE
Practical Precision

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