About Us

Optical Gaging (S) Pte Ltd (OGS), located in Singapore is a division of Quality Vision International Inc. (QVII) – under the umbrella of Optical Gaging Products (OGP).

Our parent company OGP Inc., USA was incorporated in Rochester, New York in 1954 and specializes in the manufacture and design of non-contact and multi-sensor metrology systems.

Over the years, we have persistently expanded our network of Sales and Technical Centres and authorized representatives to provide unsurpassed sales, service, training and application support for all our customers around the region.

We are also the distributor for SHR Computer Tomographic (CT) Scanner & ShapeGrabber 3D Laser Scanning, Inspection, Measurement systems in South East Asia.

To enquire about Sales, Service and Application support for the following region, use contact form.

Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, South China – Guangdong Province (Shenzhen, Dongguan, Zhuhai, Guangzhou, Foshan, Zhongshan),
Hong kong, Taiwan, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Australia, New Zealand

OGP History

In 1945 a new company was formed in Buffalo, NY to support the fledgling optical comparator industry. Engineers Specialties Division (ESD) of the Universal Engraving and Colorplate Company began manufacturing staging fixtures and chart-gages. After moving to Rochester, NY, ESD was purchased by a group of employees and re-formed as Optical Gaging Products, Inc. (OGP) and Projection Gages, Inc. (PGI).

OGP began a working relationship with Eastman Kodak Company as the exclusive distributor for the Kodak Contour Projector®. OGP rapidly expanded and became a national leader in optical inspection. In 1955, one of the founders of OGP, Edward C. Polidor, formed Automation Gages, Inc., a firm specializing in highly customized inspection equipment. The equipment designed and manufactured by Automation Gages filled such diverse needs as automatic measuring of germanium transistor wafers to evaluation of the wash-and-wear characteristics of textiles.
Automation Gages soon became the national distributor for Bausch and Lomb scientific industrial products, including optical comparators and analytical microscopes. In 1959, OGP found its way to Detroit and became part of the Ex-Cell-O Corporation when Kodak sold the Contour Projector Line.

To meet future challenges, Automation Gages embarked on a program to build the core technologies needed for market leadership. Between 1969 and 1973, they acquired General Measurement Research, Inc. (manufacturer of the Digital Incremental Glass scale system), Visual Inspection Products (designers and builders of chart layout machines and 1:1 pantographs), the optical comparator product lines from Ex-Cell-O and Bendix Measurement Division, and, finally, Optical Gaging Products, Inc. All operations, including manufacturing, were consolidated under one roof in Rochester, New York in 1973.

Since then, Optical Gaging Products has become a world leader in non-contact and multisensor measurement.