TeraXion is proud to launch the TPSR-Xtended, a tunable pulse stretcher specially designed for high-energy lasers which require a wider stretching of the pulse before the amplification chain.
René Dionne, Product Line Manager of Ultrafast Laser Components gave a short presentation about TeraXion's brand new extended tunable pulse stretcher for high-energy ultrafast lasers (TPSR-Xtended) during a product release with EPIC .
Laser beam welding (LBM) requires the integration of lasers and beam delivery systems in an automated tool delivering high joint strength at a high speed.
Claude Carignan, Senior Research & Development Director, gave a short presentation about TeraXion's technologies and solutions related to high power fiber lasers, and answered the EPIC question: “What can TeraXion do for its clients?” Only a limited group of people can join EPIC meetings. The speakers and attendees represent companies along the entire value chain: component suppliers, system integrators, and end-users. Together with the attendees in the Zoom room, they exchanged expertise and new visions in a round table discussion, which was continued at the end of the meeting resulting in new business relationships.
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Next-gen ultrafast lasers will be cheap, compact, robust and versatile. How does your laser measure up? This webinar will discuss challenges in femtosecond laser design and manufacturing, such as femtosecond pulse management and optics alignment, as well as promising new volume market opportunities. The webinar will also highlight how designing a simpler and more versatile laser, specifically at the stretching-compressor stage, will be key to lowering costs in the future and to thriving in a more competitive ultrafast laser landscape.
René Dionne is a product line manager at TeraXion. He has more than 20 years of experience with lasers and over 15 years of experience designing laser components. He played an instrumental role in deploying TeraXion’s ultrafast laser components, and continues to work closely with customers to design robust, compact and cost-effective femtosecond and picosecond laser components and modules.
Take advantage of lower latency, power consumption and cost by learning how to manage chromatic dispersion easily in data center interconnects.
In this 20-minute webinar recording, our co-presenters Patrick Lebeau, Optical Product Line Manager at TeraXion and Tomas Maj, Senior Director, Marketing at Inphi Corporationwill explain how to take the complexity of managing chromatic dispersion out of the equation.
This webinar is essential for system integrators and data center operators.
TeraXion introduces new FBG cavity reflectors specifically designed for high-power Continuous-Wave (CW) and Quasi-Continuous-Wave (QCW) Thulium (Tm) medical fiber lasers emitting at 1940 nm. TeraXion's primary goal for the Med-2 Series reflectors is to ensure long-term reliable operation of medical Tm fiber laser systems.