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Diode Laser Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of diode laser manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source diode laser manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate diode laser companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture diode lasers for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading diode laser manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for tunable diode lasers, dental diode lasers, or visible diode lasers.

  • Everett, WA 425-582-8674

    We have the lasers you want at a competitive rate that the completion cannot match! We have been around since 1999 and we are dedicated to putting all of those years of experience to work for you! We have lasers starting at low power and low threshold and we have products from 100mw to 100 watt and peak power at 1 kw. To learn more about how we may be able to benefit you, get in touch with our customer service department today!

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  • Mukilteo, WA 425-349-3500

    Engineered for incorporation into a wide range of equipment, Synrad lasers are used in a wide variety of industrial applications, including marking, coding, engraving, cutting, and converting on a wide range of target materials. Reliability, ruggedness, and near maintenance-free operation are the hallmark of our lasers. Whether your job calls for the accurate cutting of high-tech materials, high-speed marking or coding of packaged goods, or precision-based removal of target materials, Synrad has the laser to meet your needs.

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  • Lakeway, TX 512-593-7100

    If your business has a challenging component to mark on, our team at Automark will help you solve the problem. We supply laser and marking systems for a multitude of industries. Our team of engineers is ready and willing to tackle any of your challenging assignments. If you have any questions feel free to give us a call and a representative will speak with you today!

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  • Baltimore, MD 888-919-1303

    Potomac Photonics, a leader microfabrication, has an extensive history of helping its clients develop miniature products and bring them to market quickly and cost effectively. Utilizing a broad range of technologies, Potomac can micromachine most materials such as polymers, metals, ceramics, and glass with feature sizes that cannot be achieved using conventional processes. From single prototypes to millions of parts in production, there truly is no faster or better way to have your parts fabricated.

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  • Litchfield, CT 860-482-3375

    Since 1988, the Jamieson name has been associated with the latest in laser technology, initially serving a wide range of industries through the building and support of laser cutters and welding machines. We know our success depends entirely on the satisfaction of our customers. Ensuring that you are completely happy and comfortable with your laser machine is always our first priority. We work tirelessly to make sure that your experience with Jamieson Laser is both personal and professional.

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  • Orlando, FL 407-926-3500

    For over 50 years, we have been continuously improving upon and developing new industrial laser systems, with a focus towards the processes of cutting; welding; marking and engraving; and micromachining, providing unmatched total solutions to our global customers. We are a technology driven company, offering laser system customization and providing a “One Stop” laser technology solution and support system.

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Diode Lasers

Diode lasers are the most common variety of laser systems. They are widely applied in industrial, commercial and consumer product contexts. In the telecommunication industry, diode lasers can be used as components in fiber optics communication. Barcode readers in stores, libraries and many other settings make extensive use of diode lasers. Laser pointers almost always use diodes as their source of beam generation.

CD players, DVD players and all other disc reading equipment usually use diodes for scanning, and many printers and scanners use diode lasers both for scanning and printing. High-power diode lasers can be used in industrial operations like cutting, welding, cladding, heat-treating and many other processes. Recent advances in diode technology have propelled diode lasers into the healthcare industry. Diode lasers are often well suited to minor procedures requiring small incisions because they are sterile and precise and can reach areas that would be difficult to reach with blades; this makes them especially helpful in dental procedures. The use of a diode laser and the color of the light it generates are determined by the wavelength of that light. The extreme highs and lows of the spectrum are usually reserved for experimental or very technical processes; very low wavelength diode lasers are used for fluorescence microscopy, and very high wavelength diode lasers are used for gas sensing. The in-between frequencies are reserved for CD players, laser pointers and other more common applications.

Laser is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. All laser equipment amplifies light and focuses it with a series of lenses. Diode lasers are no different. The main difference between diode lasers and other laser system varieties is a diode laser’s means of light generation and amplification; this, along with wavelength measurement, is how all lasers distinguish themselves from each other. Every laser system requires a light amplification enclosure within which must be present a gain medium and electricity source. Gain media are the substances that generate light and amplification; they can be solid, liquid or gaseous. In the case of diode lasers, gain media are usually combinations of chips made of semiconductive materials like gallium arsenide. When the diode gain medium is charged with electricity, electrons become excited and move between energy levels. This movement causes the emission of photons, the radiation of which is also known as light. This light is directed by strategically placed mirrors within the amplification enclosure and then focused by at least one lens. The focal point of the beam, depending on the strength of the light implication and its wavelength, is the locus of heat caused by the light. It would be at the focal point where the light is most visible in the case of laser pointers; it would also be where metals or other materials would be positioned if they were to be welded, cut or otherwise treated by the beam.



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