By admin on Nov 23, 2011 in Laser Beam Profilers | comments(0)
The light-curing times recommended by dental manufacturers are based on placing the tip end of the curing light as close as possible to the surface of the resin, but in clinical situations, this positioning is often difficult or impossible to achieve. Continued
By admin on Nov 16, 2011 in Laser Beam Profilers | comments(0)
A customer needed to align lasers over a long distance. Their traditional technique was to sight the laser in on a target 100m away and make the adjustments. By using the NanoScan scanning slit beam profiler they were able to shrink this test fixture down to the bench top, thereby saving both time and space, and increase their productivity dramatically.
By admin on Nov 9, 2011 in Laser Beam Profilers | comments(2)
Fiber optic telecommunications systems include optical components where light exits the fiber, is directed through optical elements such as optical filters or optical amplifiers, and is then coupled back into a fiber and sent towards its destination. The beam exits the fiber with a diverging angle and has to be collimated by a collimating lens before it propagates through the optical elements. After the beam is modified it has to be refocused by a lens and coupled back into a fiber.
By admin on Nov 2, 2011 in Laser Power & Energy Meters | comments(0)
In laser materials processing applications, more and more customers are demanding from manufacturers to use accurate laser measurement equipment to monitor the power output of their laser systems.