White Papers and Case Studies

  1. White Paper: True Continuous-Wave Ultraviolet (355 nm) Lasers For Life Sciences
    6/29/2010
    A growing number of Life Sciences applications require fluorescence excitation by an ultraviolet laser source. Standout examples are flow cytometry for embryo selection and some emerging applications in confocal microscopy.
  2. White Paper: An Introduction To Diode Lasers For Materials Processing
    6/29/2010
    Semiconductor diode laser technology offers a number of practical and cost advantages over both other lasers and traditional techniques for processes such as welding, cladding and heat treating.
  3. White Paper: UV Lasers Enable Smart Phones And Other Microelectronic Devices
    6/29/2010
    This article reviews a sample of the key laser-based applications used in smart phone manufacturing, as well as the laser technology that has been developed to service them with an outlook toward the future.
  4. White Paper: Understand Different Laser Beam Profiling Technologies Available And Learn How To Choose The Right System For Your Application
    6/29/2010
    Spatial intensity distribution is one of the fundamental parameters that indicate how a laser beam will behave in an application.
  5. White Paper: New Advances In Laser Arrays Hit The Spot For Coding And Marking
    6/23/2010
    There is a large and growing demand for reliable techniques for coding and marking of products. Several techniques have become established over the last 20 years, particularly thermal transfer and ink jet technologies. However, the established technologies have limitations, particularly as security and environmental issues become more important. By Professor John H. Marsh, Founder and Chief Technical Officer, Intense Ltd.
  6. New Advances In Laser Arrays Hit The Spot For Coding And Marking
    6/23/2010
    There is a large and growing demand for reliable techniques for coding and marking of products. Several techniques have become established over the last 20 years, particularly thermal transfer and ink jet technologies. However, the established technologies have limitations, particularly as security and environmental issues become more important. By Professor John H. Marsh, Founder and Chief Technical Officer, Intense Ltd.
  7. White Paper: Improving Performance In Computer To Plate Printing Using Semiconductor Laser Arrays
    6/23/2010
    Over the last 25 years, electronic typesetting and desktop publishing (DTP) have revolutionized the printing industry. Almost anyone with a computer and the right software can create and print professional materials. However to achieve the highest print quality, it is still necessary to use a commercial or industrial printer with advanced technology for delivering state of the art print quality standards. By Professor John H. Marsh, Ph.D., Founder and Chief Technical Officer, and Stephen P. Najda, Ph.D., Technical Expert, Intense Ltd.
  8. Improving Performance In Computer To Plate Printing Using Semiconductor Laser Arrays
    6/23/2010
    Over the last 25 years, electronic typesetting and desktop publishing (DTP) have revolutionized the printing industry. Almost anyone with a computer and the right software can create and print professional materials. However to achieve the highest print quality, it is still necessary to use a commercial or industrial printer with advanced technology for delivering state of the art print quality standards. By Professor John H. Marsh, Ph.D., Founder and Chief Technical Officer, and Stephen P. Najda, Ph.D., Technical Expert, Intense Ltd.
  9. Ultra Low Timing Jitter Performance And Characterization Of Origami Femtosecond Laser Series
    6/17/2010
    Compact, industrial-grade optical pulse sources with very low timing jitter and sufficient power are becoming a key building block in many advanced applications. Particularly, the recent advances in the measurement and control of the carrier-envelope offset frequency have greatly expanded the range of possible applications of such frequency combs. Therefore, the off-the-shelf availability of industrial-grade femtosecond and picosecond optical pulses sources is vital for wide application areas. In response to this imminent need, Onefive GmbH has released a series of ultra-short pulsed lasers qualified for industial applications. These lasers are based on the successful Origami-platform which has already been adopted industry-wide.
  10. White Paper: Ultra Low Timing Jitter Performance And Characterization Of Origami Femtosecond Laser Series
    6/17/2010
    Compact, industrial-grade optical pulse sources with very low timing jitter and sufficient power are becoming a key building block in many advanced applications. Particularly, the recent advances in the measurement and control of the carrier-envelope offset frequency have greatly expanded the range of possible applications of such frequency combs. Therefore, the off-the-shelf availability of industrial-grade femtosecond and picosecond optical pulses sources is vital for wide application areas. In response to this imminent need, Onefive GmbH has released a series of ultra-short pulsed lasers qualified for industial applications. These lasers are based on the successful Origami-platform which has already been adopted industry-wide.