ABOUT OPHIR PHOTONICS GROUP

Ophir Photonics, a Newport Corporation, began making laser power meters, energy meters, and beam profilers in 1979, and we’ve never looked back. We have headquarters in the United States, Israel, Japan, and Germany, as well as distributors in over 50 countries worldwide.

We pride ourselves on two things:
precise laser measurement equipment and versatile solutions.

Precision
If you want to get the most out of your laser – most power, most efficiency, most safety – you need to measure it. And the more accurate your measurement, the closer you can come to perfection in your laser.

Versatility
In the last 35 years, we’ve seen so many new types of lasers and laser applications that it would be pointless to list them here. You know them as well as we do. We take great pride (and enjoyment) in keeping up with laser development. That’s why you’ll find such a wide variety of laser measurement equipment offered here as well as a variety of accessories to make sure your laser can be measured regardless of its wavelength, power, or size.

Innovation
We produce a complete line of instrumentation including power and energy meters, beam profilers, spectrum analyzers, and goniometric radiometers. Dedicated to continuous innovation in laser measurement, our patents include the R&D 100 award-winning BeamTrack power/position/size meters; BeamWatch®, the industry’s first non-contact, focus spot size and position monitor for lasers in material processing; and Spiricon’s Ultracal™, the baseline correction algorithm that helped establish the ISO 11146-3 standard for beam measurement accuracy. The Photon family of products includes NanoScan scanning-slit technology, which is capable of measuring beam size and position to sub-micron resolution.

We’re ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accredited for calibration of laser measurement instruments.

FEATURED ARTICLES

ISO Compliance Of Non-Contact, Real-Time Beam Analysis
ISO Compliance Of Non-Contact, Real-Time Beam Analysis To deliver continuously high product quality, the key parameters of laser beams in production applications must be measured on a regular basis. Ophir has tackled the task and developed a non-contact measurement technology, the BeamWatch, based on the Rayleigh scattering.   Continue Reading...
Battle Axe vs. Scalpel: How To Work With High Power Density Lasers
Battle Axe vs. Scalpel: How To Work With High Power Density Lasers In this Q&A article, Mark Gitin, Senior VP and GM of the Light & Motion Division of MKS Instruments, and Christian Dini, Director Global Business Development, Ophir, discuss the use of reliable laser beam measurement technology that can help with the process of laser optimization.  Continue Reading...
Understanding VCSEL Measurement Solutions
Understanding VCSEL Measurement Solutions Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Lasers (VCSELs) are a type of semiconductor laser diode. This article discusses VCSEL measurement solutions and how Ophir equipment can be used to get reliable power and beam profile data on VCSELs.  Continue Reading...
Analyzing Small, High Power Beams At Focus In Manufacturing Applications Lasers are increasingly deployed in manufacturing applications, being pushed to higher output powers and smaller beam sizes to work faster and with higher precision. Determining the beam profile at the beam focus of these lasers is critical to verify and improve manufacturing product quality.   Continue Reading...
Beam Profiling In The SWIR Range: What You Need To Know
Beam Profiling In The SWIR Range: What You Need To Know Phosphor-coated CCD cameras have their place in gross beam alignment and applications where essential beam diagnostics are not required. This paper describes how phosphor cameras are wrong for accurate beam diagnostic measurements and discusses how InGaAs cameras excel in this area.  Continue Reading...
Medical Laser Applications: Beam Measuring And Profiling
Medical Laser Applications: Beam Measuring And Profiling This article discusses the importance measuring and profiling laser beams in medical laser applications.  Continue Reading...
The Top Mistake Medical Device Engineers Make When Designing Laser Integration
The Top Mistake Medical Device Engineers Make When Designing Laser Integration When do you take on the design all on your own, and when do you outsource? This article presents the top mistake medical device engineers make when attempting to integrate lasers in the design.  Continue Reading...
How To Ensure Accuracy Of Laser Measurement In Medical Devices
How To Ensure Accuracy Of Laser Measurement In Medical Devices Medical devices need to be precise in order to ensure the health of the patient. This article addresses considerations needed to make sure laser measurement sensors in medical devices are accurate, and will continue to remain as accurate as possible.  Continue Reading...
SLM Troubleshooting Made Easy With BeamWatch® AM
SLM Troubleshooting Made Easy With BeamWatch® AM The BeamWatch® AM was designed to address the issues and parameters dictated by selective laser melting (SLM) machines. This application note discusses how to use the BeamWatch® AM non-contact beam measurement device for simplified SLM troubleshooting.  Continue Reading...
Evaluating A Multimodal Beam: A Brief Tutorial Highlighting The Use Of BeamGage PRO Partitioning
Evaluating A Multimodal Beam: A Brief Tutorial Highlighting The Use Of BeamGage PRO Partitioning Lasers were initially designed to operate in one fundamental mode. Soon after, researchers devised ways of generating and using more complex, higher-order multimode formats. This application note offers an example tutorial on how to evaluate a multimodal laser beam with BeamGage PRO Partitioning.  Continue Reading...
Laser Measurement Solutions For Medical Applications
Laser Measurement Solutions For Medical Applications Lasers in medical applications are able to deliver precisely controlled energy without physical contact. They can be used as a surgical tool, a production tool for medical device manufacturing, as well as in medical measurement applications.  Continue Reading...
Achieving Standardized Measurements With BeamWatch AM The BeamWatch AM is Ophir-Spiricon’s beam monitoring system designed specifically for use in the additive manufacturing industry to provide non-interfering real-time beam measurement at the location of the working plane.   Continue Reading...
How Ophir-Spiricon Determines The Dynamic Range Of Laser Measurement Products
How Ophir-Spiricon Determines The Dynamic Range Of Laser Measurement Products This article explains the importance of understanding and stating a dynamic range correctly. This paper also provides insight on how Ophir-Spiricon, a global leader in precision infrared optics and photonics instrumentation, determines its products’ dynamic range properly.  Continue Reading...
How To Make Laser Welding And Cutting Affordable And Sustainable
How To Make Laser Welding And Cutting Affordable And Sustainable This article discusses the consequences of poor measurements in more detail, and presents a measurement solution that can help make applications like laser welding and cutting affordable and sustainable.  Continue Reading...
Laser Beam Diagnostics In GHz Applications
Laser Beam Diagnostics In GHz Applications It usually is insufficient to rely on one standard measurement technology when working with applications in exotic optical wavelengths and unusually low average powers. This white paper goes through an example of calculating many laser beam diagnostics within high GHz applications.  Continue Reading...
What To Expect In A Laser Profiling Demonstration
What To Expect In A Laser Profiling Demonstration When asking someone for a laser beam profiling demonstration, it is important to understand what you are asking for and what you should expect. This white paper covers the steps needed to take to set up a demonstration, and what is expected of each party.  Continue Reading...
Working In The Basement: Measuring Signals Below The Noise Floor With A Lock-In Amplifier
Working In The Basement: Measuring Signals Below The Noise Floor With A Lock-In Amplifier This article presents the advantages of using lock-in amplifiers for measuring signals below the noise floor, how they work, and available devices from Ophir.  Continue Reading...
Sensor Fusion Enables Comprehensive Analysis Of Laser Processing In Additive Manufacturing
Sensor Fusion Enables Comprehensive Analysis Of Laser Processing In Additive Manufacturing This white paper discusses sensor fusion, a process that merges data from numerous sensors to create a more complete understanding of the laser-enabled process.  Continue Reading...
Testing High-Volume LED Luminaire Builds
Testing High-Volume LED Luminaire Builds The lower operating costs of LED luminaires drive growing demand for them in consumer and commercial markets. This increased demand requires an adaptation to improved quality testing methods that can provide superior measurements and not slow down the process of production.   Continue Reading...
Assuring Correct Metallurgy In Direct Laser Melting
Assuring Correct Metallurgy In Direct Laser Melting This application note presents how Ophir Optics’ BeamCheck system is able to measure critical laser beam parameters for laser-based additive manufacturing.  Continue Reading...
Laser Engraving Resolution Chart
Laser Engraving Resolution Chart This article reports the measurement results acquired when a metal sheet was scanned with a resolution chart engraved on its surface.  Continue Reading...
Intro To Laser Management: Laser Profiling 101
Intro To Laser Management: Laser Profiling 101 Traditionally, laser operators only verify a laser’s average power or energy to improve efficiency and, if everything is in order, put their laser back into service. This article discusses steps required to identify and use a camera profiling system (arrayed camera, attenuator, and beam dump) for laser management.  Continue Reading...
Reducing Production Waste With Laser Profiling And Characterization
Reducing Production Waste With Laser Profiling And Characterization A critical component in a laser manufacturing process is the understanding of which process parameters or key control characteristics must be measured and how they will relate to product quality and waste. A laser profiling system can be a great benefit for characterizing and identifying which variables affect product quality and waste minimization. Unfortunately, many companies realize this too late and incur more expenses and extended downtime ...  Continue Reading...
Utilizing A New Autofocus Technique For Laser Systems With Optimet's Non-Contact Distance Sensors
Utilizing A New Autofocus Technique For Laser Systems With Optimet's Non-Contact Distance Sensors Many of today’s conventional marking, welding, drilling, and cutting laser systems have the challenge of focusing the laser accurately on the object’s surface. As the demand for faster and more precise manufacturing processes increase, the need to control the focal point of a laser becomes much more critical. This application note discusses a new laser measurement method that integrates Optimet sensors into laser systems, offering...  Continue Reading...
Materials Processing: When Laser Measurements Absolutely, Positively Must Be Made
Materials Processing: When Laser Measurements Absolutely, Positively Must Be Made In order to improve laser-based processes, a variety of parameters must be measured to understand how design changes effect performance, and how to help avoid component degradation. The challenge occurs when figuring the proper frequency of measurements throughout the life of the laser, choosing which measurements should be tracked, and what should be done with the collected data. There are five times within a laser system’s lifetime where ...  Continue Reading...
Measuring Small-Beam MFD: Overcoming the Challenges
Measuring Small-Beam MFD: Overcoming the Challenges Accurate beam size measurements for beam sizes under 10 μm are critical for many applications such as fiber optic coupling efficiency, defect scanning, optical design, and optical fabrication process control. The challenges for such a measurement include the use of focal plane arrays that are too large to reasonably profile without magnification, the high mechanical precision of the beam profiling apparatus, and the beams’ high...  Continue Reading...
Additive Manufacturing And 3D CAD
Additive Manufacturing And 3D CAD This article discusses the process of transforming a 3D CAD model into a mechanical component, as well as how to use a camera based beam profiling system to assist in achieving consistently accurate constructs.  Continue Reading...
Select The Right Laser Power Sensor By Asking The Right Questions
Select The Right Laser Power Sensor By Asking The Right Questions When a sensor turns out to be an incorrect choice, the system could procure inaccurate measurements, premature failure, and costly full disc replacement and recalibration. This article presents three critical questions to ask before selecting a laser power sensor for a specific application.  Continue Reading...
Reimaging UV Laser Beam Profiling Ophir-Spiricon offers three families of UV converter products designed for the indirect measurements of UV laser beam profiles. This application notes compares and contrasts each family, and covers their basic specifications and applications.  Continue Reading...
University Research Team Faces Challenges Of Measuring Multiple Lasers There are often times where several laser sources must be tested, validated, or qualified for a particular project. Unfortunately, by the time scientists realize that these measurements need to be made, the laser systems are typically already in place, the experiments are ready to be conducted, and any delays could be counterproductive. Therefore, laser measurement equipment needs to be cost effective, commercially available, easy to use, quick...  Continue Reading...
Minimizing Corrosion In Water Cooled Sensors
Minimizing Corrosion In Water Cooled Sensors This article presents recommendations on minimizing corrosion that occurs in water cooled sensors.  Continue Reading...
Beam Diagnostics Improve Laser Heat Treatment Effectiveness
Beam Diagnostics Improve Laser Heat Treatment Effectiveness In order to get the highest quality heat treatments using lasers, it is important to understand the beam shape, the uniformity of the intensity, and the cleanliness of the delivery optics. This white paper discusses beam diagnostics with the use of Ophir’s BeamGage software used to improve results.  Continue Reading...
High Power Industrial Laser Applications: New Solutions To Old Problems
High Power Industrial Laser Applications: New Solutions To Old Problems The advanced scalability, high beam quality, and wall-plug efficiency of fiber lasers in particular have made high-power lasers a common tool for commercial use. This paper discusses the concepts of proper monitoring and correctly defined laser parameters in industrial laser applications.  Continue Reading...
Solving A Difficult Military Beam Alignment Task
Solving A Difficult Military Beam Alignment Task Laser systems used in the periscope of a nuclear-powered submarine providing on-board instrumentation that offers accurate pitch, yaw, and roll data. As a result of the critical nature of this information, the burden is placed on the quality of the laser beam, its size, its shape, and its intensity.   Continue Reading...
Development Of A Non-Contact Diagnostic Tool For High Power Lasers
Development Of A Non-Contact Diagnostic Tool For High Power Lasers This article discusses the technical challenges and solutions encountered in the development of the BeamWatch measuring instrument.  Continue Reading...
Measuring Pulsed Lasers With NanoScan 2s
Measuring Pulsed Lasers With NanoScan 2s The NanoScan 2s is a scanning slit, sensor-based, beam profiling system designed to profile pulsed laser beams with repetition rates in the 10 kHz range and above, and incorporate a “peak connect” algorithm to enable pulsed laser measurements. This application note discusses how the NanoScan 2s uses two modes of pulse operation for accurate beam profiling.  Continue Reading...
A Discussion Of Laser Beam Profiling And The Subject Of Accuracy
A Discussion Of Laser Beam Profiling And The Subject Of Accuracy There is no calibration standard from which a camera system can be verified based on beam profiling measurement accuracy. The next best thing is to enhance the input (camera), and output (software algorithms) of the imaging system for improved precision and repeatable results. This application note discusses how to achieve beam profiling measurement accuracy without the use of a standard calibration method.  Continue Reading...
5 Situations Where Laser Performance Measurement Is Necessary
5 Situations Where Laser Performance Measurement Is Necessary Laser performance measurements can be accomplished through a number of techniques and can give laser users more relevant, time-based data that portrays trends in laser operation rather than single data points.   Continue Reading...
Laser Ablation Makes Automotive Interiors Shine
Laser Ablation Makes Automotive Interiors Shine This application note describes how JUNO, the F150A-BB-26 thermopile laser power sensor, and StarLab measurement software are used to know the status of automotive etching equipment in order to keep the power beam stable.  Continue Reading...
High Power Lasers In Medical Applications
High Power Lasers In Medical Applications The full list of medical procedures involving lasers is growing every day and, when discussing the development and production of medical devices, the importance of high power industrial lasers cannot be overlooked.   Continue Reading...
LIDAR Guns, Accuracy, And Speeding Tickets
LIDAR Guns, Accuracy, And Speeding Tickets A Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) system uses a 130 μW 904 nm beam produced by three light emitting diodes (LEDs), and a telescope working together in order to calculate how long it takes for the beam to leave the device and return to the telescope.   Continue Reading...
Tutorial: Modifying Laser Beams – No Way Around It, So Here's How
Tutorial: Modifying Laser Beams – No Way Around It, So Here's How This app note discusses how to match an appropriate laser beam profiling technique - such as building an aligned optical system, collimation and focusing, high power laser quality measurements, and proper attenuation design - to a laser application.  Continue Reading...
System Integration Of Fiber Lasers And Its Effects On Laser Quality
System Integration Of Fiber Lasers And Its Effects On Laser Quality Recently, companies that perform system integrations have become more concerned about the quality of the laser delivered to the process and not just the quality of the laser source itself. Some companies are now starting to use beam profiling for much more than simply qualifying the laser source. They also leverage the technology to qualify the components that are integrated into their systems and to characterize the application of the laser.  Continue Reading...
Modifying Laser Beams 101 – No Way Around It, So Here's How
Modifying Laser Beams 101 – No Way Around It, So Here's How In this article we will discuss how to match an appropriate laser beam profiling technique to a laser application. The discuussion includes building an aligned optical system, collimation and focusing, high power laser quality measurements, and proper attenuation techniques.  Continue Reading...
Tutorial: The Importance Of CO2 Laser Optimization
Tutorial: The Importance Of CO2 Laser Optimization The New Year is a time to look back on the past year and contemplate on how to do things better. It’s a time to make New Year’s resolutions in an effort to be a better person. One of the most common and popular New Year’s resolutions is the renewed commitment to losing weight.  As many of us are all too familiar with, that means eating better and getting involved in a regular exercise routine. One of the advantages of...  Continue Reading...
Understanding Beam Profiling Dynamic Range
Understanding Beam Profiling Dynamic Range It all started when a slow-witted engineer was teased one too many times. Tired of being the butt of all his colleagues’ jokes, he plotted revenge. By Ephraim Shafner, Ophir Photonics  Continue Reading...
Tutorial: The Difficulties Of Beam Profiling 193nm DUV
Tutorial: The Difficulties Of Beam Profiling 193nm DUV A research organization was developing a critical procedure that required a pulsed DUV laser beam at 193nm. By Dick Rieley, Mid-Altantic Regional Sales Manager, Ophir Photonics Group  Continue Reading...
M<sup>2</sup> Beam Propagation – Why So Many Different Approaches To Measurement Instrumentation?
M2 Beam Propagation – Why So Many Different Approaches To Measurement Instrumentation? Measuring the propagation parameters of a laser beam is an important method of understanding the quality of the laser beam and predicting its performance for various laser applications. By Allen Cary, Director of Marketing, Ophir-Spiricon  Continue Reading...
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  • MKS Announces Ophir&reg; LBS-300HP-NIR, Compact Laser Beam Splitter For Extremely High Attenuation To 15MW/cm<sup>2</sup>
    MKS Announces Ophir® LBS-300HP-NIR, Compact Laser Beam Splitter For Extremely High Attenuation To 15MW/cm2

    MKS Instruments, Inc. (NASDAQ: MKSI), a global provider of technologies that enable advanced processes and improve productivity, has announced the Ophir® LBS-300HP-NIR Beam Splitter for high power NIR lasers. The LBS-300HP-NIR is a compact device that can deliver extremely high power density attenuation, up to 15MW/cm2 at 5kW. It reflects less than 0.0001% of the incident NIR beam while transmitting 99.9999%. This enables measurement of beam shape, focal spot, beam waist, and overall power.

  • MKS Announces Ophir® Large Aperture Laser Power/Energy Sensor For Pulsed Lasers
    MKS Announces Ophir® Large Aperture Laser Power/Energy Sensor For Pulsed Lasers

    MKS Instruments, Inc. (NASDAQ: MKSI), a global provider of technologies that enable advanced processes and improve productivity, has announced the Ophir® L2000W-PF-120 Laser Power/Energy Sensor, a water-cooled sensor for measuring large pulsed lasers. The thermal sensor measures powers from 1W to 2000W and energies from 6J to 6000J over the spectral range of 0.3µm to 2.2µm. The L2000W-PF-120 features a large 120mm aperture to accommodate high energy densities and short pulses. A fast, 7 sec response time balances the need to measure fast drifts and instabilities with the ability to handle high energy levels.

  • MKS Announces Ophir® 16K-W High Power Laser Sensor Featuring Fast Response Time Snd High Damage Threshold
    MKS Announces Ophir® 16K-W High Power Laser Sensor Featuring Fast Response Time Snd High Damage Threshold

    MKS Instruments, Inc., a global provider of technologies that enable advanced processes and improve productivity, has announced the Ophir® 16K-W High Power Laser Sensor, a compact sensor for measuring very high power lasers. The water-cooled thermal sensor measures powers from 100W to 16kW over the spectral range of 0.8µm to 2µm and 10.6µm. A relatively large, 55mm aperture is insensitive to beam size or angle of divergence. The sensor delivers a fast, 3.5 sec response time. A deflecting cone and annular absorber can withstand high power densities to 10kW/cm2.

  • MKS Announces New Ophir® High Resolution Beam Profiling Camera with USB 3.0 Interface for Measuring CW and Pulsed Lasers
    MKS Announces New Ophir® High Resolution Beam Profiling Camera with USB 3.0 Interface for Measuring CW and Pulsed Lasers

    MKS Instruments, Inc., a global provider of technologies that enable advanced processes and improve productivity, has announced the newOphir® SP920 USB 3.0 Silicon CCD High Resolution Beam Profiling Camera at Laser World of Photonics. The SP920 camera accurately captures and analyzes wavelengths from 190nm - 1100nm, with enhanced sensitivity at 1070nm.

  • MKS Announces Ophir® Juno+, Compact USB Module That Turns PC Into Laser Power/Energy Meter
    MKS Announces Ophir® Juno+, Compact USB Module That Turns PC Into Laser Power/Energy Meter

    MKS Instruments, Inc., a global provider of technologies that enable advanced processes and improve productivity, has announced the Ophir® Juno+ USB Interface at Laser World of Photonics. A smart, compact USB module, the Juno+ turns a PC or laptop into a full laser power/energy meter. It connects any of the 100+ Ophir smart laser sensors - thermal, pyroelectic, and photodiode - to a PC USB port, including the BeamTrack family of thermal sensors that combines multiple functions into one device: laser power, energy, beam position, and beam size. The Juno+ operates with StarLab software to log power and energy, as well as calculate and display averages, statistics, and histograms.

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  • Large Aperture Laser Power/Energy Sensor For Pulsed Lasers: L2000W-PF-120
    Large Aperture Laser Power/Energy Sensor For Pulsed Lasers: L2000W-PF-120

    The Ophir® L2000W-PF-120 is a water-cooled Laser Power/Energy Sensor designed for measuring large pulsed lasers. This thermal sensor measures powers from 1 W to 200 W and energies form 6 J to 6000 J over the spectral range of 0.3 µm to 2.2 µm. The sensor features a large 120 m aperture to accommodate for high energy densities and short pulses.

  • InGaAs Camera-Based Beam Profiling Systems For Eye-Safe Military, Telecom, And Medical Laser Applications
    InGaAs Camera-Based Beam Profiling Systems For Eye-Safe Military, Telecom, And Medical Laser Applications

    The Ophir® SP1201 and SP1203 are compact, InGaAs camera-based beam profiling systems designed specifically for real-time viewing and measuring of the optical performance of laser beams. The SP1201 features a QVGA resolution InGaAs camera, and the SP1203 features a high-resolution VGA InGaAs camera, both for high sensitivity imaging.

  • Advanced Laser Power/Energy Measurement Software: Ophir® StarLab 3.40
    Advanced Laser Power/Energy Measurement Software: Ophir® StarLab 3.40

    The Ophir® StarLab 3.40 is an easy-to-use laser power/energy measurement software that supports a wide range of new functions, including pulsed power and low frequency measurements. It is also designed to support the newest Ophir laser meters, including the Centauti, and Juno+.

  • Compact USB Module That Turns PC Into Laser Power/Energy Meter: Juno+
    Compact USB Module That Turns PC Into Laser Power/Energy Meter: Juno+

    The Juno+ is a smart, compact USB module and interface designed to turn a laptop or PC into a full laser power/energy meter. The module connects any of the 100+ Ophir smart laser sensors to a PC USB port. The Juno+ operates with StarLab software to log power and energy, as well as calculate and display averages, statistics, and histograms.

  • High Resolution Beam Profiling Camera With USB 3.0 Interface For CW And Pulsed Lasers: Ophir® SP920
    High Resolution Beam Profiling Camera With USB 3.0 Interface For CW And Pulsed Lasers: Ophir® SP920

    The Ophir® SP920 USB 3.0 Silicon CCD High Resolution Beam Profiling Camera is designed to accurately capture and analyze wavelengths from 190 nm – 1100 nm, with enhanced sensitivity at 1070 nm. The camera features a wide dynamic range, excellent signal to noise ratio, USB 3.0 interface, and BeamGage® beam analysis software. It is ideal for measuring CW and pulsed laser profiles in such high-speed applications as medical imaging, microscopy, or micromachining.

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  • Low Power Measurements: Best Practices
    Low Power Measurements: Best Practices

    Measuring very low power beams of light can be tricky; even small values of noise, drift or offset can have major impact on your readings. In this video, we’ll look at some best practices that can help you get the best performance from your very low power measurements.

  • How To Choose Your NanoScan
    How To Choose Your NanoScan

    Scanning slit profilers can make very accurate measurements of beam diameters as small as 5 microns, while cameras are limited to beams greater than 45 microns. This makes applications for focusing lasers or building optical systems much easier with a NanoScan. This video explains how to choose the right NanoScan for your application.

  • How To Choose The Right Laser Beam Profiler
    How To Choose The Right Laser Beam Profiler

    On day two of Photonics West, Christian Dini with Ophir Photonics talked to us about selection criteria for choosing the right laser beam profiler. Watch the video to learn more about what to consider when selecting a beam profiling system for your application.

  • Product Video: Non-Contact Laser Beam Profiling System For Additive Manufacturing
    Product Video: Non-Contact Laser Beam Profiling System For Additive Manufacturing

    Christian Dini of Ophir Photonics took time at Photonics West to discuss Ophir Photonic’s non-contact BeamWatch beam profiling system, ideal for searching for focal position, focal shift, and focal size within additive manufacturing applications.

  • Medical Eye Surgery
    Medical Eye Surgery

    In this video, Jimmy Green, an OEM Specialist, shares how Ophir Photonics assisted a lasik surgery company replace a plastic mode burn pre-test with an accurate laser measurement device.

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