Edmund Optics becomes exclusive global distributor of UltraFast Innovations' high-precision laser optics

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UltraFast Innovations (UFI), a manufacturer of high-precision laser optics products, has partnered with Edmund Optics (EO) to provide global access to laser optics for the most demanding applications.

EO is now the exclusive global distributor of UFI optics to the industrial market. In addition to providing custom solutions, EO will also maintain a global inventory of standard UFI components that will reduce the typically long lead times of high-precision and high-power laser optics. UFI products are in stock and available for immediate shipping.

UFI specializes in manufacturing high-performance laser optics, including dispersive ultrafast mirrors, chirped mirror pairs, low-loss high laser-induced damage threshold (LIDT) mirrors, and UV optics. They offer complex design and advanced manufacturing of premium dielectric optics for laser applications, as well as metallic multilayer structures for soft X-ray (XUV) applications.

UFI’s dispersive technology allows for the generation of the shortest laser pulses available on the market.

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Through this partnership, EO and UFI will offer integral consulting to assist customers in solving highly-challenging laser optics problems.

EO engineers, trained by UFI, are available 24/5 to assist you with selecting the appropriate UFI laser optics and other components required for your application.

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