An infrared laser with a wavelength of 1053 nm is a femtosecond (FS) laser. A surgical tool used to create precise, homogeneous, and predictable incisions in the cornea is the femtosecond laser (FL).
Using ultra-short wavelength energy, it separates the stromal lamellae, forming contiguous tiny bubbles that enlarge to form a resection plane.
Myopia is treated via femtosecond laser-assisted lenticule extraction, or FLEx. The procedure entails producing a lenticule that is removed by making two lamellar cuts in the cornea that intersect in the periphery.
The Global Femtosecond Laser Processing Machine market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
High-Precision FemtoBlade Laser System by Lumentum The FemtoBlade is a new femtosecond laser system that Lumentum Holdings Inc.
(“Lumentum”) has added to its lineup of high-precision, ultrafast industrial lasers. Lumentum is a market-leading designer and manufacturer of commercial and industrial laser systems.
The FemtoBlade laser has a modular architecture that offers more flexibility and high power at high repetition rates, which will enable faster processing and improved throughput for micromachining applications, including OLED, PCB, ceramic and glass cutting, engraving, and solar cell processing.
Because of its higher power, the FemtoBlade will set Lumentum apart and give its clients more throughput. Their updated methodology allows for quicker processing while maintaining a high level of processing quality.
Lumentum applies the same level of quality to the FemtoBlade and its capability to provide high pulse-to-pulse stability and long-term output power stability based on its extensive history of manufacturing dependable ultrafast lasers.
The FemtoBlade is available in UV, IR, and green wavelengths, and can be ordered with powers of 12 W to 50 W for UV, 200 W for IR, or 100 W for green.
The non-linear optics unit of the FemtoBlade laser can be quickly and easily replaced in the field because to its innovative modular design, greatly decreasing downtime.
Moreover, the laser head and electronic controller of the FemtoBlade are both housed inside the chassis, obviating the need for an external umbilical and providing clients with a simpler, one-cable connection.
An ultra-stable, passively mode-locked seed oscillator using Lumentum’s exclusive semiconductor saturable absorber mirror technology is incorporated into the laser head and controller. This oscillator is tailored to lessen long-term degradation.
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