High energy pulsed lasers
Fibercryst Laser Systems
FEMTO is a range of powerful industrial femtosecond pulse width laser offering output powers up to 30 W for high throughput, high quality micromachining.
The new FEMTO-30 laser above, for example, can deliver pulse energies of 160 µJ (@ 100 kHz) in pulse widths of less than 800 fs, with repetition rates selectable between 100 kHz and 1 MHz.
A key feature of this laser is the ability to easily and quickly change the repetition rate to favour the average power or the energy per pulse.
Taranis SCF Technology
Fibercryst's ultra-fast lasers utilise their revolutionary Taranis Single Crystal Fibre (SCF) amplifier modules to enable higher energy per pulse, higher average power, and easy to use flexibility between energy and repetition rate, and better beam qualities from small footprint devices.
- Cutting and drilling of hard materials:
- Ceramics etc.
- Cold machining polymers or composites
- Micromachining / structuring of surfaces
FEMTO range features
- Pulse widths under 800 fs
- Tuneable repetition rate: 0.1 to 1 MHz
- Excellent beam quality M2 < 1.3
- Peak power up to 200 MW
- Small footprint
- Fast frequency change
- Quick warm up
Sub-nanosecond mJ Laser
Fibercryst offers an affordable, unique 1064 nm sub-ns laser system delivering more than 3 MW of peak power for use in research and test labs. Designed using MOPA architecture as a standalone unit combining a commercial 500 ps seed laser with the Fibercryst Taranis amplifier, it takes full advantage of the technology to provide a polarised beam, TEM00 output and 2 mJ of pulse energy.
- Machining of hard materials
- LIBS, LIDAR & nonlinear optics
- Supercontinuum, OPO, THz generation
- Pulse duration 450-580 ps
- Pulse energy 2 mJ
- Repetition rate 1 kHz
- Wavelength 1064 nm
- Peak power above 3 MW
- Excellent beam quaity M2 < 1.3
- PER > 20 dB
- Amplitude noise < 3% RMS
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Leading optoelectronics magazine Laser Focus World has published an informative article about Fibercryst's innovative Single Crystal Fiber amplification technology in its February 2017 edition. Read Single crystal fibers amplify power in ultrashort-pulse lasers.