Tag Archives: diffractive optical elements (DOEs)

Diffractive Beam Shaping Methods for Picosecond-Laser Glass Cutting

Picosecond laser glass cutting has emerged as a cutting-edge technology, revolutionizing the precision glass-cutting industry. The increasing demand for laser glass cutting for a variety of industries (from displays through cellular devices to structural glass) is pushing an expansion in the picosecond-laser, machine-builder business, due to the advantages of using ultra-short-pulsed lasers for smooth sidewalls … Continue reading

06-Aug-2023 Blog, Holo/Or, Optics

The Role of DOEs in Laser Aesthetic Treatments

The field of laser medical aesthetic applications has witnessed remarkable advancements in recent years, offering transformative solutions for skin resurfacing, tattoo removal, and blemish treatment. Diffractive Optical Elements (DOEs) have emerged as crucial components in shaping and manipulating laser light, driving these advancements. This article delves into DOE medical applications, with a particular focus on … Continue reading

23-Jul-2023 Blog, Holo/Or, Optics

What Is Coherent Beam Combining?

With the increasing demand for high power, high brightness laser beams in security applications, such as missile interception, and heavy industrial applications, such as welding and cutting, the need for a multi-kilowatt solid-state laser solution becomes acute. However, the output power of a single fiber laser is limited by the nonlinear and thermal effects that … Continue reading

04-Jun-2023 Blog, Holo/Or, Optics

DOEs Improve Results in Picosecond Laser Skin Treatment

Diffractive optical elements (DOEs) are the way to get better results in picosecond laser skin treatment according to a recent article, entitled “Diffractive micro-lens array (DLA) for uniform and selective picosecond laser treatment.” The researchers found that compared to a regular micro-lens array, diffractive beam splitters and diffractive lens arrays provide better uniformity and penetration of … Continue reading

24-May-2023 Blog, Holo/Or, Optics
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