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Combiner Manufacturer System

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FRANKLIN, Tenn., Feb. 22, 2016 — 3SAE Technologies Inc. has announced the Combiner Manufacturing System, capable of tapering, cleaving, splicing and end-capping optical fibers in one machine.

The system produces high-quality process repeatability with fibers ranging from 2.5 mm to 50 m with an adjustable heat zone using thermally stabilized Plasma technology.

Table-Based Tapering software enables nearly infinite process flexibility via user-defined tapering algorithms. The machine also offers fully automated six-axis fiber alignment including pitch and yaw. Consistent with its existing product line, the system features an in situ cleaver for location-critical, post-process cleaving.
Feb 2016

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