We are a world leader in high precision optical manufacturing, delivering custom optics to a wide range of innovators around the globe. Meeting these goals demands the right people. Teamwork, adaptability, and an enthusiastic approach to problem-solving are central to the Optimax culture. But what unites all our employees best is a hunger to continuously learn. We strive to find driven individuals who are committed to lifelong learning; who will continue to add value in their work throughout long and successful careers.
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Optimax is set up to manufacture, test and deliver with the speed and performance your program requires. Optimax reliability has allowed us to become America's largest optics prototype manufacturer. We've invested in the technology and research that will enable your next program, but remain the people who are committed to small volume, high quality and quick delivery of your prototype optic needs.
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Optimax Apprentice -Where Are They Now
Jeff is a successful graduate of the NYS Journeywork Apprenticeship program. After finishing his required education and hours, he remained here at Optimax for over 6 years.
Optimax Apprentice, Where Are They Now
Steve is a successful graduate of the NYS Journeywork Apprenticeship program. After finishing his required education and hours, he remained here at Optimax working in R & D.
Optimax Apprentices-Where are They Now
Let's hear what NYS Certified Journey workers have to say about successfully completing a manufacturing apprenticeship through Optimax Systems.
Hear a perspective from Optimax CEO Rick Plympton on insights into the correlation between musicians and manufacturing he has experienced developing a start-up into a successful business. He’ll also explain …