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Excimer Laser Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of excimer laser manufacturers and suppliers. Find excimer laser companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture excimer lasers to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top excimer laser manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the excimer laser companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of industrial excimer laser, excimer laser psoriasis, and excimer industrial lasers of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

Leading Companies:

  • Hatfield, PA 800-314-3332

    Isotech offers a full range of Fiber, C02, UV, Green, MOPA, Nanosecond, Picosecond and Femtosecond laser systems for marking, cutting and welding of many substrates. Isotech offers both standard systems as well as fully automated or custom systems depending on your specific requirements. Integrated, automated solutions with conveyors, palletized pick and place, rotary dial tables, hoppers, and robots are all part of the engineering we offer.

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  • Harrison, OH 513-367-7100

    Cincinnati Incorporated maintains a modern industrial facility where product development, manufacturing, sales and support are combined to assure complete customer service and satisfaction. Manufacturing lasers, press brakes, shears and parts marker presses, our technicians are backed by a factory-based technical support group and the same engineering staff that designed your equipment.

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  • Santa Clara, CA 408-764-4000

    Coherent manufactures the industry's most diversified selection of laser-based photonics products. These include laser systems, industrial lasers, marking lasers, high-power diode lasers, crystals and laser measurement and control solutions for commercial, scientific and biomedical markets.

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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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  • St. Charles, MO 636-916-4900

    Cutting Edge Optronics, a Northrop Grumman Company, is a leading provider of high-power diode laser arrays, high-power pump modules and DPSS lasers. As a vertically integrated manufacturer, we manufacture and are capable of supplying unmounted diode bars, packaged laser diodes, DPSS modules, laser diode drivers and complete DPSS laser systems. Our diode laser based products have become industry standards.

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  • Decatur, AL 256-560-0770

    Micor Industries, Inc. provides global contract manufacturing services, using the latest technology in CNC machining, metal parts fabrication, welding, finishing, laser marking and precision tools and techniques. ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100 certified, Micor Industries specializes in value-added manufacturing services with a focus on quality, lean manufacturing and customer-driven solutions.

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Excimer Lasers Industry Information

Excimer Lasers

Excimer lasers are laser systems that produce concentrated beams of light, usually in the ultraviolet region of the spectrum. The name “excimer laser” comes from the words “excited dimer,” which describe the material from which an excimer laser beam is generated. Excimer lasers generate laser beams in bursts of nanoseconds. They can produce laser beams at extremely low wavelengths, which makes them capable of generating the most powerful ultraviolet lasers out of any laser system.

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How Lasers Work

Laser is an acronym for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation. All laser beams are amplified, focused light generated by the stimulated emission of radiation from a gain medium. Gain media are solid, liquid, or gaseous materials that emit light radiation when excited by electricity. This gain medium electrification process always takes place in an optical amplification enclosure. In the case of excimer lasers, a combination of argon, krypton, xenon, or other inert gasses with a reactive gas like fluorine is electrified within an enclosure. This combination, which is called a dimer, is excited by the electricity and releases photons as its electrons move between energy levels. Those photons are the source of light radiation; when produced, they are characterized by a very short wavelength. If light radiation’s wavelength is short enough, it becomes ultraviolet. Several strategically placed reflective surfaces direct that light within the enclosure and then focus on a series of lenses to create the laser beam. In this way, they are similar to other gas lasers like CO2 lasers and helium neon lasers; the difference between those systems is the wavelength of the light generated.

Applications of Excimer Lasers

Excimer lasers are useful in many applications for which other laser systems are not appropriate. Excimer lasers have proven to be very useful surgical tools, particularly in ophthalmological procedures. They are also sometimes used in medical procedures involving other tissue like bones and muscles; cosmetic procedures like stretch mark removal and psoriasis treatment may also make use of excimer lasers. The limitations and inherent risks associated with excimer lasers have limited their applications compared to other laser systems. Excimer lasers require very high voltages in order to be generated. Also, their generation process involves the electrification of poisonous gasses, which pose a hazard to professionals who work with them. Also, accidental exposure to concentrated ultraviolet light can cause serious health problems.