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Fiber Lasers Shine a Light in Dental Science

The first laser was developed in 1960, and many other lasers and laser systems were created rapidly thereafter. Dental researchers began investigating lasers potential too. For example, Stern and Sognnaes reported in 1965 that a ruby laser could vaporize enamel. In 1989, the first laser specifically designed for dental use became available. Nowadays there are...


Titanium-Sapphire (Ti:Sapphire) Lasers: Advantages and Drawbacks in Different Fields, Areas, Sectors, Industries

Since its invention by Peter Moulton, the workhorse of the ultrafast laser scientific community has been the Ti:Sapphire laser. This fiber laser has been used in fundamental laboratory studies involving frequency-comb spectroscopy, the generation of coherent extreme ultraviolet light, filamentation, ultrafast laser-material interaction, and suchlike. It is interesting that initial work on the optical frequency...


Single Mode Fiber Lasers Offer Processing Advantages

Single mode fiber lasers possess a reliability that is unmatched by conventional solid state and gas lasers. Selectivity of operating wavelengths, ultra-low amplitude noise, high stability, and ultra-long pump diode lifetime completes an impressive list of such fiber laser system. There are two types of fiber lasers: Single mode fiber lasers are typically delivered via...


Fiber Laser Market Forecasts and Future Opportunities

The global fiber laser market is projected to reach $4,403 million by 2025, registering a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of 11,9% from 2018 to 2025. Fiber lasers offer advantages such as ease of use, high reliability, maintenance-free operation, high integration capability, and high stability, which are expected to be the factor driving the market...