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Diverse Optics Subsidiary Acquires Plastic Injection Mold Manufacturing Firm

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RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA — May 13, 2019 — Diverse Molds Inc., a subsidiary of Diverse Optics Inc., announced that it has acquired supplier Future Molds Inc., a plastic injection mold making company.  The asset purchase extends Diverse Optics’ in-house mold making capabilities and broadens its range of targeted solutions for the optics and photonics industry.  Future Molds co-founder Tony R. Parsons and staff will relocate all equipment and operations into Diverse Optics newly constructed headquarters in Q3 2019.

“This investment strengthens our commitment to a better customer experience with a more fully integrated tooling solution,” said Erik Fleming, CEO of Diverse Optics.  “The acquisition and consolidation of our longtime mold making partner will benefit customers with improved tooling delivery and price competitiveness.”

 

About Diverse Optics Inc.

Diverse Optics Inc., based in Rancho Cucamonga, California, is a boutique engineering and fabrication firm specializing in custom precision polymer optical systems.  The company provides optical design, engineering, prototyping, and series prodution of optical assemblies, elements and components.  Core processes include single point diamond turning (SPDT), nano-precision machining, injection mold fabrication, precision injection molding, opto-mechanical assembly & bonding, and sub-micron optical metrology.  The company serves B2B customers in commercial, industrial, medical and defense sectors throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.  To learn more about Diverse Optics, visit www.diverseoptics.com

Diverse Molds Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Diverse Optics Inc.  The company designs, fabricates, maintains, and repairs complex plastic injection molds used to produce precision polymer optics and interrelated mechanical components.

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