Tag Archives: ultrafast

Repair Pixel Errors with IDOL Laser

The IDOL 671-447 is Xiton Photonic’s top selling product for Flat Panel Display (FPD) repair. High laser power densities at 671 nm (red) and 447 nm (blue), based on the fundamental wavelength 1342nm, can be used to carbonize Everbright pixel errors selectively. The system grants long life times in continuous 24/7 industrial use. The IDOL … Continue reading

17-May-2023 Blog, Lasers, Xiton Photonics

Beam-Shaping to Scale Up Micro-Processing

Many industrial micro-processing applications that use femtosecond lasers have been developed in a variety of sectors, including medical and semiconductors. To access new large-scale applications such as surface texturing, however, robust industrial-grade beam shaping solutions need to be combined with femtosecond lasers. Cailabs and Light Conversion have developed a partnership to demonstrate the quality and … Continue reading

22-Jan-2023 Blog, Lasers, Light Conversion

OPCPA: From Concept to Ultrafast Future

The first proof-of-concept experiment on stretching, amplification, and compression of chirped pulses in an optical parametric amplifier (OPA) was demonstrated in 1992. This experiment was performed by a Vilnius University research group led by Light Conversion co-founder Prof. Algis Petras Piskarskas. In the 1970s Prof. Gérard Mourou and Prof. Donna Strickland invented a “method of … Continue reading

22-Dec-2022 Blog, Lasers, Light Conversion

Shipment of 2000th PHAROS Laser

Light Conversion is celebrating the production of the 2000th PHAROS femtosecond laser. The celebration marks a long journey of continuous development of the company‘s first femtosecond laser. The first PHAROS laser was introduced at the Laser World of Photonics, Munich tradeshow in 2006. Back then, PHAROS featured an average power of 4 W and pulse energy … Continue reading

01-Dec-2022 Blog, Lasers, Light Conversion
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