Applications

Applications

If your application involves lasers, Ophir has photonic measurement solutions that can help you. Demanding applications such as medical devices and processes, additive manufacturing, industrial materials processing – the list keeps growing, ever faster – all benefit from Ophir’s standard and customized solutions.
And from Ophir’s 40+ years of experience and industry leadership.

Click on a relevant Application below to see how Ophir can help you. Or just contact us!

Materials Processing

From cutting steel, to drilling via holes in silicon, to marking plastic, a whole range of material processes now make use of the laser to produce results not previously practical.
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Lightweight, complex mechanical parts can now be “built to order” quickly and automatically, thanks to Additive Manufacturing (AM) technologies. AM involves building up a structure by adding
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LED Measurements

LEDs are increasingly replacing traditional light sources in a wide range of applications. They are small, cheap, power efficient, have longer lifetimes…and the list of advantages goes on.
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Medical

Because a laser beam provides a vehicle for delivering energy in such a precisely controlled way, and without physical contact.
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Scientific

Modern science is able to do what it does because it’s quantitative; it relies on measurements and calculations to deliver solid results.
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IPL

Hair removal…skin rejuvenation…treatment of certain skin conditions…These are all applications in which IPL is commonly used.
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Customized Solutions

Integrating a customized laser measurement tool into your system, to monitor the laser’s performance so that your process continues to do just what you expect it to do, makes good sense.
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Fiber Optics

There is often confusion when dealing with beams emerging from a fiber. The geometry is a bit different; we have a diverging beam coming out of a small aperture.
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Eye Safety

Even low power laser beams can be hazardous to the human eye. The more sensitive a detector is, the more delicate it is. The human eye is still far and away the ultimate photonic detector.
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