LOGAN, Utah — DuPont Holographics has officially opened its new hologram design and manufacturing plant, which includes a 12,000 square foot cleanroom.
The 40,000 square foot plant replaces a smaller facility , also located in Logan. The new facility cost around $5 million to construct.
The company’s core business is producing holographic optical elements for electronic LCD displays. DuPont Holographics also makes holograms for graphic arts and for security. The holograms are produced in a photo-polymer film, which makes them more affordable and long-lasting.
DuPont purchased the hologram company in 1999, which was then known as Krystal Holographics. It currnently employs 100.