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Fiber lasers are similar to gas lasers, but part of the fiber is actually used as the resonating cavity where the laser action takes place. They are compact because the fiber can be bent or coiled to save space, efficient and have good beam quality. The material processing, metal and polymer fabrication, telecommunications, spectroscopy, medical and optical communications industries all use fiber lasers. Read More…

Fiber Lasers Fiber lasers are a type of solid-state laser that uses optical fibers doped with low amounts of rare-earth halides or ions (erbium, neodymium, ytterbium or praseodymium) as the lasing medium to amplify light. It can also refer to a laser where most of the laser resonator is made of fibers. They have high output power, good optical quality and are highly reliable with a long life span.
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Everett, WA  |  425-582-8674

Our lasers are known for their high quality, superior performance, and ability to get the job done right. We believe in creating the ideal solution for each customer’s needs. We offer our CO2 lasers to countries around the world to act as a guide in the laser industry. We try to go above and beyond the basic needs to help our customers reach their goals. Contact us for more info today!

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Access Laser Company $$$

Mukilteo, WA  |  425-349-3500

Engineered for incorporation into a wide range of equipment, Synrad lasers are used in a wide variety of industrial applications, including marking, coding, engraving, cutting, and converting on a wide range of target materials. Reliability, ruggedness, and near maintenance-free operation are the hallmark of our lasers. Whether your job calls for the accurate cutting of high-tech materials, high-speed marking or coding of packaged goods, or precision-based removal of target materials, Synrad has the laser to meet your needs.

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Synrad, Inc. $$$

Lakeway, TX  |  512-593-7100

If your business has a challenging component to mark on, our team at Automark will help you solve the problem. We supply laser and marking systems for a multitude of industries. Our team of engineers is ready and willing to tackle any of your challenging assignments. If you have any questions feel free to give us a call and a representative will speak with you today!

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Automark $$$

Baltimore, MD  |  888-919-1303

Potomac Photonics, a leader microfabrication, has an extensive history of helping its clients develop miniature products and bring them to market quickly and cost effectively. Utilizing a broad range of technologies, Potomac can micromachine most materials such as polymers, metals, ceramics, and glass with feature sizes that cannot be achieved using conventional processes. From single prototypes to millions of parts in production, there truly is no faster or better way to have your parts fabricated.

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Potomac Photonics $$$

Litchfield, CT  |  860-482-3375

Since 1988, the Jamieson name has been associated with the latest in laser technology, initially serving a wide range of industries through the building and support of laser cutters and welding machines. We know our success depends entirely on the satisfaction of our customers. Ensuring that you are completely happy and comfortable with your laser machine is always our first priority. We work tirelessly to make sure that your experience with Jamieson Laser is both personal and professional.

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Jamieson Laser, LLC $$$

Orlando, FL  |  407-926-3500

For over 50 years, we have been continuously improving upon and developing new industrial laser systems, with a focus towards the processes of cutting; welding; marking and engraving; and micromachining, providing unmatched total solutions to our global customers. We are a technology driven company, offering laser system customization and providing a “One Stop” laser technology solution and support system.

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Control Laser Corporation USA $$$
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In medicine, fiber lasers are used to photo-activate light-sensitive drugs as well as other medical treatments. They are components in high speed commuting, WDM systems and high-speed optical receivers. Fiber lasers are powerful and can cut through almost any metal or plastic resin material. Laser cutting, welding, folding, ablation, annealing, engraving, sintering, printing, scribing, marking and drilling can all be accomplished with the use of a fiber laser to produce jewelry, weapons, aerospace components and medical tools. They are also found within the semiconductor, electronics, automotive, food processing, packaging and general manufacturing industries.

Fiber lasers are composed of a laser system and flexible quartz or glass fibers that use TIR (total internal reflection) to pass light through thousands of reflections, and a diode which uses groups of mirrors to divide beams into sections along an axis to produce near-monochromatic light. Fiber lasers are able to emit several wavelengths at the same time. In order to do so, a pump light is launched from one side through a semi-transparent mirror into the core of the glass/quartz fiber.




This generates a laser light, which is extracted on the other side. Some fiber lasers are high powered, which require high pump intensities. This type of laser can be maintained over a long distance and can be active up to several kilometers. All fiber lasers are easily delivered to moveable focusing elements and offer high vibrational stability. The use of fiber optics instead of a hard optic resonator eliminates the high maintenance, contamination and alignment issues as seen with other types of lasers.