For the optimalization of compounding, dispersion,
product inspection, and research and development.
"Four centuries ago, Galileo's mastery of optics revolutionized our understanding of the universe. Today, Nanotronics has brought us to the cusp of a new revolution on the other end of the scale, as more industrial processes take advantage of nanoscale structures. Nanotronics' fundamental advances in optics will dramatically enhance the production lines of many of the most critical industries of the future."
No more slow, manual inspections of tiny samples.
Inspect the entire wafer and every layer according to
custom filters... in minutes.
Atomic force microscopes. High-quality scientific imaging
cameras. Software and algorithms that reconstruct
images at a higher resolution than ever before.
John & Matthew Putman
Nanotronics Imaging was founded in 2010 by Matthew and John
Putman after they sold Tech Pro (a leader in physical testing
equipment) to Roper Industries.
The team has decades of experience in research, development,
manufacturing and scaling. And now they're tackling the invisible.
Only the highest quality optics. High-resolution cameras (both megapixels and spatial resolution). Add lighting. Choose your wavelength; select light paths. Automate the stage, turret, illuminator, and f-stop for rapid scanning.
Look at what you want, how you want. Control all aspects of measurement: focus, specimen movement, lighting and objective (magnification). Configure the software with virtually no training.
We'll help configure your system according to your needs. We're constantly improving our already highly configurable software and transmitting updates. We have a library of hundreds of analyzers. If we don't have what you're looking for, most likley.
Our technology is new, but our management, advisors and
engineers are seasoned and accomplished.
Chief Executive Officer
President and CTO
VP of Technology
VP of Software Engineering
See and explore the world at a whole new level of resolution.
We're shooting for beyond the limits of light and we'll need your
help. Come join our science and engineer-led team.