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Laser-Based Solutions for Environmental Issues and Biomedical Trends (5/22/2018)

Laser-Based Solutions for Environmental Issues and Biomedical Trends
A quarterly newsletter focused on the latest advancements in and applications for industrial lasers - from materials processing to metrology.
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Tuesday, May 22, 2018
A quarterly newsletter focused on the latest advancements in and applications for industrial lasers - from materials processing to metrology. Manage your Photonics Media membership at Photonics.com/subscribe.

 
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3D Printing Creates Patient-Specific Implants
3D Printing Creates Patient-Specific Implants
Laser-assisted manufacturing can build devices that shorten surgery time, improve results, and speed recovery. Laser sintering, commonly called 3D printing, enables the manufacture of PSIs and is one of the most prominent additive manufacturing processes. It relies on a digital 3D model that, in the case of medical implants, can be extracted from medical imaging techniques such as CT scans or MRI.
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Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy Beyond the Lab
Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy Beyond the Lab
Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) techniques have been studied and applied for more than half a century, but only recently has LIBS moved from research circles to industry. Offering advantages over other analytical techniques, laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy is useful in mineral extraction, forensics and point-of-care blood analysis.
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SCANLAB GmbH - Speedy galvo-based z-scanner excelliSHIFT Speedy galvo-based z-scanner excelliSHIFT

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Numerous laser applications demand highly dynamic laser spot motion across complex three-dimensionally formed surfaces. Typical applications are: ultra-fast 3D processing, micro machining, marking of curved surfaces and deep engraving. Precisely for this need,SCANLAB developed a new type of z-scanner that extends a 2D scan system into a 3D system.

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Newport Corporation - Pyroelectric Pulse Energy Detectors Pyroelectric Pulse Energy Detectors

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The 919E Series detectors use innovative, patented technology which facilitates accurate and repeatable laser measurements of pulses over an extensive range of laser pulses. They can measure pulse sources with up to 25 kHz repetition rate.

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Photonics Media has gathered articles and other valuable resources into a guide to the current use of lasers in industry, a reference tool and a resource for learning. This book is for anyone working on, implementing or considering the application of lasers for and in industrial settings.

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LIBS Technique Analyzes Contaminants in Levitated Water Drops
LIBS Technique Analyzes Contaminants in Levitated Water Drops
A new approach to detecting metal contaminants in water involves the use of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) to analyze the presence of heavy metals, such as mercury, in water drops that are levitated in midair using ultrasonic waves. Levitating the water droplets allows the water to evaporate in a controlled position, which increases the mass concentration of contaminants in the sample.
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Biomedical OEM Lasers Meet Trends in Therapeutics
Biomedical OEM Lasers Meet Trends in Therapeutics
Biomedical lasers are experiencing strong growth, with a move toward diode and fiber lasers. The major market driver for medical therapeutics has long been the aging “baby boomer” population of the Western regions of the world. But today, an increasingly affluent and appearance-conscious population in Asia, namely China, is making medical therapeutics a more significant market.
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Ultrashort Laser Pulses Make Greenhouse Gas Reactive
Ultrashort Laser Pulses Make Greenhouse Gas Reactive
A highly reactive form of carbon dioxide (CO2), created using ultrashort laser pulses, could help reduce dependence on nonrenewable energy sources. The CO2 radicals could become building blocks for chemical products such as methanol, urea and salicylic acid.
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Lasers Adapt to Changing Threat Landscape
Lasers Adapt to Changing Threat Landscape
Speed-of-light engagements with limited collateral damage make laser weapon systems a highly precise and scalable option in modern warfare. Lasers offer a low-cost-per-shot solution to high-volume threats posed by drones and also offer the deep magazine capability to address multiple targets with reduced logistics tails.
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