Annular Heating of Optical Fiber with a CO2 Laser Using Reflective Axicon Elements

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Author: William Klimowych
Saturday, February 1, 2020

By offsetting the light structure, precise localized zone heating and annealing of specific areas at a fiber’s surface can be achieved as well. This is essentially a passive device into which active feedback elements can be incorporated to allow precise control of processes such as splicing, tapering, ball and axicon lensing, end capping, and combiner fabrication.

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