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At Pynco, we are defining the future with leading edge technologies that support mission critical customers. Our capabilities are always expanding as we continue to manufacture unique parts and devices at our clients’ requests.

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Pynco is a premier supplier of optical filter products to the U.S. Defense Industry. From NVIS ring filters to custom NVIS and optical filters or aluminum housings, Pynco takes pride in exceeding customer expectations. Pynco began with a mission to provide solutions for some of the most demanding clients with time sensitive requirements. This mission still continues today. Our sales team and engineers are ready to assist our clients with research, design, testing, manufacturing, assembly and delivery requirements.

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The foundation of our company lies within the distinctive skills of our team. We look forward to new challenges of developing components and parts critical to your projects.

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Pynco is a family owned company that was founded in 1987 by James N. Seib, a pioneering and entrepreneurial engineer. From the very beginning, innovation was at the forefront of Jim’s aspirations. With the help of senior physicist, James H. Collins, Pynco quickly became an industry respected organization for the development of leading-edge technologies.

For over 30 years, Pynco has been at the forefront in developing technologies and manufactures products that benefit the United States national security.

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Product Feature

Interior protective dome for forward camera of a mine neutralization vehicle

Interior protective dome for forward camera of a mine neutralization vehicle

Dome making process

From raw stock to an optical quality acrylic dome, Pynco utilized our machining experience and skilled employees to produce the protective domes with optical quality enabling the forward camera to take photographs during critical exploration maneuvers.