Most of the time, when purchasing a product, we look for basic features like quality, value, and innovation. In the laser world, things are more complicated since these tools have various parameters to look (pulse duration, wavelength, peak power, energy or repetition rate). When lasers are used in challenging material processing applications, the requirements on…
Precise polymer processing is a very important manufacturing process. Yet, there are a lot of challenges to deal with when comes to polymer processing. Discover how Femtum mid-IR fiber lasers can have a major added value in this field.
Transparent conducting films (TCFs) are widely used in modern electronic devices like our touch screen displays and monitors. See how Femtum lasers can be of high added value for the efficient patterning of these thin films on various substrates.
Manufacturing processes are constantly evolving and the complexity of the devices to be produced continues to grow. In the microelectronics, medical and photonics industries, most devices include a stacking of various layers made of different materials. Each layer must be processed individually to ensure a good performance of the device. This is where selective laser…
Mid-infrared supercontinuum sources – what are their applications and how to generate them ?
Find out why mid-infrared lasers are about to become one the most important laser technology of the 21st century.
Photonic integrated circuits (PICs) figure as one of the most promising photonic technologies of the 21st century. Lets find out how mid-infrared fiber lasers can play a significant role in the development of these technologies.
Answering to a growing demand for source amplification in the mid-IR, Femtum is proud to release its new product: the Amp 2800 fiber amplifier. “Our latest addition to the portfolio enables unparalleled amplification with gains of up to 30 dB around 2.8 µm. With its user-friendly and simple interface, anyone can now amplify their sources…
Scientists at Université Laval, including our very own Simon Duval, recently published an article about a “novel fabrication technique for the fabrication of on-surface photonic devices in polymers” using mid-IR femtosecond lasers. In this article we will explore the origins and implications of this breakthrough.
Femtum receives $50k as part of the Canada Economic Development’s Fast Forward Challenge ! Congratulations to the other recipients and thank you CED. Femtum plans to use the amount to develop new industrial applications with our mid-IR fiber lasers. Read BetaKit’s coverage of the contest here.