crystal laser

crystal laser

[¦krist·əl ′lā·zər]
(optics)
A laser that uses a pure crystal of ruby or other material for generating a coherent beam of output light.
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Launched is 2002, PRECISE started out as a business in the production of exclusive personalization products like 2D & 3D Crystal Laser Engraving and custom manufacturing of unique corporate gifts for many Fortune 500 companies.
In the United States, OLI's suppliers include VLOC, CVI, Positive Light, Crystal Laser and High Power Devices.
The combining of our state-of-the-art fiber laser technology with PII's proprietary transition metal doped ZnS and ZnSe based crystal laser materials has opened exciting opportunities to build new perfect hybrid laser sources in the range 2 to 5 um for various applications.
These awards were primarily awards for the technical and engineering accomplishments for being able to build the world's smallest portable crystal laser at an affordable price.
So even in those firms using the proven consultative selling process, their good work is often undone because order entry is unaware of special situations, or engineering's not in the loop on needed changes, or shipping packs the crystal laser in with the cast-iron stabilizer unit.
Crystal lasers, often made with rubies, can produce a light strong enough to cut through steel.
IPG describes its fiber laser technology as "disruptive" because it expects its lasers to capture market share from traditional gas and crystal lasers used in materials processing and because it believes its lasers will enable new applications for lasers.
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