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DLIP Optical System Modelling

In the last few years there has been growing interest in utilizing Direct Laser Interference Patterning (DLIP) for surface structuring with high-power short pulse lasers. As a major supplier of high-power diffractive optical elements (DOEs) used in many DLIP systems, Holo/Or is now providing system integration support for customers in this field. As a part … Continue reading

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Method For Laser Source Definition in ZEMAX™

In a recent article, Alexander Brodsky and Natan Kaplan of Holo/Or present “a new method for simulating and optimizing both single and multi-mode lasers in Zemax™ by applying a scattering model.” The abstract of the article follows: By default, optical systems are usually designed for single mode lasers. Nonetheless, many industrial lasers have M2 in … Continue reading

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Holo/Or Simulates Foci Elements in Optical Systems

For certain applications the intensity distribution along the focal axis is the most important parameter. Among these applications are glass drilling, glass cutting, cytometry, microscopy, and inspection. Holo/Or’s Beam Foci elements are used for such applications, to shape or split the energy along the focal axis. To support customers who are integrating these foci elements, … Continue reading

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