Edmund Optics

Lasers In Action 2

Discussion topics including cladding with diode lasers, CO2 lasers in the automotive industry, nano-structured anti-reflective surfaces, and software for designing beam-splitting optics were covered in the second installment of the Lasers In Action Webinar series

Lasers In Action Webinar #2

Discussion topics include cladding with diode lasers, CO2 lasers in the automotive industry, nano-structured anti-reflective surfaces, and software for designing beam-splitting optics.

Nano-structured anti-reflective surfaces

This article is brought to you by: 

Edmund Optics has developed nano-structured anti-reflective surfaces that can be used to reduce stray light in laser systems for materials processing.

When thin-film anti-reflective coatings experience laser-induced damage, the damage can propagate and cause system failure. On the other hand, when Edmund's new Nebular™ surfaces experience laser-induced damage, it does not propagate and instead effectively “melts” the nanostructures back into the bulk material.

Find out more about these innovative surfaces in this new whitepaper.

Tags: 

Edmund Optics

Edmund Optics® (EO) is a leading global manufacturer and distributor of precision optics, optical assemblies and imaging components with headquarters in the USA and manufacturing facilities in the US, Asia and Europe. With a portfolio of more than 30.200 products, EO has the world’s largest inventory of optical components.

Pages

Navigation

Navigation

Navigation

Navigation

Navigation

Navigation

Subscribe to RSS - Edmund Optics