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Quality Assurance Coordinator

Pomfret CT Location Opening: The QA Coordinator will work directly under the supervision of the QA Manager to perform all relevant quality tasks required by the organization in order to maintain and further improve the overall Quality Management System, and FTI as an organization. The ideal QA Coordinator candidate will possess: Minimum Qualifications/Requirements TO APPLY […]

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Assembly and Production

FTI has openings for energetic individuals possessing a positive attitude to join our manufacturing team for Full time first and second shift employment at our Pomfret facility. Training will be provided. Previous experience in a manufacturing environment is a plus. Assembler Qualifications:

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Technical Director

The Technical Director will oversee Engineering, R&D, and Light Source manufacturing. Successful candidate will interface internally with Materials, Manufacturing, Sales, Marketing, and Quality to provide technical support, participate as a member of project teams when required, and interface externally with customers, vendors, and consultants to solve problems, improve processes, and assure product and hardware consistency.

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Developing Custom Solutions for Fiber Optics—It’s All About Relationship Building

When it comes to fiber optic technology, standard products can only go so far to meet the needs of engineers and designers who typically require specific lengths or configurations not offered by off-the-shelf fiber optics. Standard fiber optic products can be formed into a ring, a line, a bundle or even a multi-legged bundle. These

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Optical Fiber’s Utility Expands In Complex Instrumentation

The benign nature and unique advantages of light transmission through optical fiber have led to some unusual applications, from sensing methane gas to flow cytometry. Because fiber doesn’t use or conduct electricity, optical fiber is already widely used “as a conduit for temperature sensors based on infrared (IR) light.”1 These pyrometers, typically utilized in high-temperature

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