All the components and assemblies needed for modern optical experiments, including lenses, filters, beamsplitters and gratings.
Green fiber lasers offer unprecedented single-mode power in compact and efficient package
High beam quality allows for small spots
Hastings, UK. Kurt J. Lesker Company is proud to introduce the 2017 PVD75 PRO Line Thin Film Deposition System Platform.
Shifting Dynamics in Intercontinental Cabling and the Implications for High Reliability Fiber Coupler Manufacture and Supply
Gooch & Housego has been refining its approach to HI REL high reliability fiber coupler manufacturing by balancing its rapid response to market changes with meticulous attention to detail.
Right now, the world is waking up to the advantages of short-wave infrared (SWIR) imaging for some very good reasons.
N & C Glass, one of the leading manufacturers of glass and glazing products in the UK, is part of the wider Nicholls & Clarke Group, made up of businesses dedicated to the manufacture, distribution ...
Celebrations were seen here and in Sweden recently as the Laser Lines team installed the 10,000th laser from Cobolt, the Swedish manufacturer of high performance lasers for the analytical instrument market.
The new OWIS® catalogue, edition GK 11, is available since the second quarter 2016. This includes on more than 700 pages the complete OWIS® programme of optical beam handling and positioning systems. In addition a separate chapter presents customer-specific options in the field of customized solutions.
See the new Continuously Variable Bandpass Filters for Hyperspectral Imaging at SDCS and The Vision Show!
Laser Lines’ Steve Knight takes a look at an ever-developing technique, multi photon microscopy.
NYFORS TEKNOLOGI AB (publ) introduces its new portable optical fiber cleaver – the MINICLEAVERTM. The battery-operated cleaver is perfect for field splicing or in environments with limited space. It is compatible with most common factory and field splicers and produces cleave angles typically below 0.5 degrees.
Laser Quantum launch a complete 1GHz mode spaced frequency comb
Villigen, November 2015: The macromolecular crystallography beamline X06SA at the Swiss Light Source (SLS), a synchrotron operated by Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), is the first one in the world to upgrade its detector to an EIGER X 16M.
DECTRIS is pleased to announce the partnership with Titan Electro-Optics Co., Ltd. (TEO) as one of our main distributor for sales and support in China.
In order to support TOPTICA’s continuous growth, they have added a new OEM Senior Business Development Manager, Dr. Holger Stupp. His Ph. D. is in Physics, specifically in the field of time-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy under laser irradiation.
We are proud to announce that our Boston facility has been awarded a grant to facilitate the extension of the Gooch & Housego Lean Six Sigma Capabilities.
Magnetic direct drives have advantages when compared to classical spindle-based solutions, especially with respect to wear and dynamics. Since they largely dispense with mechanical components, there is hardly any friction, less play and therefore more precision.
The SMARTSPLICER™ – NYFORS’s novel, advanced laser splicing and glassshaping system presented at Photonics West (Booth 5355)
At Photonics West 2016 in San Francisco, CA, NYFORS TEKNOLOGI AB (publ) is proud to present the SMARTSPLICER™ – a novel, advanced glass processing and optical fiber splicing platform for development and manufacturing of sensitive high power laser, sensor and telecommunication fiber components.
JPK’s optical tweezers system, the NanoTracker 2, is used in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Shibaura Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan to study micro-bubbles
JPK Instruments, a world-leading manufacturer of nanoanalytic instrumentation for research in life sciences and soft matter, reports on the use of their NanoTracker™ 2 optical tweezers system…
Steve Knight, sales director of Laser Lines’ Photonics group, writes about the benefits of one of our latest additions to our product portfolio.