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13.5nm EUV source now available from IL Photonics.
Femtosecond laser micro-machining workstations produce glass spacers, micro drilled glass, and packaging glass products. The foundations of these systems are femtosecond lasers from Light Conversion.
In a published paper, the authors explain how they developed a cost-efficient, open source laser engine for fluorescence microscopy.
Their experimental setup included a powerful diode-pumped solid-state laser (DPSS) gem 561 laser (561 nm, 500 mW) from Laser Quantum.
MegaWatt Lasers (MWL) has developed a high energy 2.94 µm resonator with a relatively quasi-continuous wave (QCW) short pulse duration. The specs for this device are 3 J at 10 Hz with an optical pulse duration of 100 µs. These resonators have found world-wide use for medical and scientific applications.
Expanding the limits of super resolution microscopy into electron microscopy territory!
The Technion’s Ultrafast Quantum Dynamics Group has recently received their first laser system, a phase-stable Ti:sa oscillator (venteon CEP5). Due to the travel restrictions, the group performed the installation themselves with remote guidance from the supplier Laser Quantum.
New! Broadband Mid-IR Optical Isolators
EOT now offers Broadband MAKROS and Broadband MESOS optical isolators that cover the spectral range from 1600 to 4600 nm.
Holo/Or presents a brand new family of cost-effective, accurate beam shaping solutions for low to medium power source systems – the Polymer On Glass (POG) family.
Chroma introduces a new line of magnetron-sputtered metal UV induced transmission bandpass filters that exceed industry standards in both transmission efficiency and durability, while continuing to offer reasonable pricing and a wide variety of custom dimensions.
Holo/Or produces laser beam homogenizers, also called optical homogenizers or diffusers. These optical components generate a uniform distribution from the input beam projected onto it. Therefore the output beam has a well-defined near constant intensity profile at the far field or focal plane over a certain area, with very low intensity outside that area.
Manx Precision Optics (MPO) offers a wide range of high-power laser optics that are customizable for customer demands and applications, such as flat optics.
MPO’s high-power laser optics are available in a range of sizes from 5 mm up to 500 mm diameter with a surface flatness in excess of lambda/10 after coating.
With special expertise in high Laser-Induced Damage Threshold (LIDT) optics, their products typically exceed laser-induced damage levels of 10 J/cm2 in 1 ns at 10 Hz repetition rate.
Electro-Optics Technology (EOT) has released the new PAVOS+ Ultra line of Faraday devices. These components have been specifically designed to meet the needs of the high power and high energy 1 µm (1010 nm to 1080 nm) laser market with stable performance up through 150 W of average power.
Chroma Technology presents a video that discusses how various forms of high-energy sputtering are used for complex types of hard-coated spectral filters, requiring very high levels of precision. These include multi-band filters, extremely narrow-band filters, and photometric filters precisely matched to CIE color spaces. Contact IL Photonics for more information.