An acronym of Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. A laser produces an intense beam of monochromatic, coherent light. Includes Gas, Solid State, Excimer, Ion, and Dye types.

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Alignment Lasers (15 suppliers)

Alignment Lasers are lasers that create an extremely accurate reference point, line, or shape for aligning machines in industrial processes.
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Carbon dioxide (CO2) lasers use the energy-state transitions between vibrational and rotational states of CO2 molecules to emit at long IR, about 10 ┬Ám, wavelengths. These lasers can maintain continuous and very high levels of power and are typically used in cutting, welding, etching, and marking applications.
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Diode Lasers (371 suppliers)

Diode lasers use light-emitting diodes to produce stimulated emissions in the form of coherent light output. They are also known as laser diodes.
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Dye Lasers (16 suppliers)

Dye lasers use a dye solution as an active medium. Their output is a short pulse of broad spectrum content with a high achievable gain.
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Excimer Lasers (18 suppliers)

Excimer lasers are rare-gas halide or rare-gas metal vapor lasers that produce relatively wide beams of ultraviolet laser light. They operate via the electronic transitions of molecules.
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Fiber Lasers (91 suppliers)

Fiber lasers use optical fibers doped with low levels of rare-earth halides as the lasing medium to amplify light.
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Helium cadmium (HeCd) lasers are relatively economical, continuous-wave sources for violet (442 nm) and ultraviolet (325 nm) output. They are used for 3-D stereolithography applications, as well as for exposing holographs.
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Helium Neon Lasers (42 suppliers)

Helium neon (HeNe) lasers have an emission that is determined by neon atoms by virtue of a resonant transfer of excitation of helium. They operate continuously in the red, infrared and far-infrared regions and emit highly monochromatic radiation.
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Ion Lasers (22 suppliers)

Ion lasers function by stimulating the emission of radiation between two levels of an ionized gas. They provide moderate to high continuous-wave output of typically 1 mW to 10 W.
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Laser Mounts (19 suppliers)

Laser mounts are devices that keep a laser in position on an optical table.
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Laser Pointers (60 suppliers)

Laser pointers are compact instruments that produce a low-power, visible laser light. They are often used for pointing out features on a projected visual display.
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Lasers (730 suppliers)

Lasers are devices that produce intense beams of monochromatic, coherent radiation. The word "laser" is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation.
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Nitrogen Lasers (9 suppliers)

Nitrogen lasers are an excellent source of high intensity, short pulse, ultraviolet radiation. They can be used as an excitation source, or as a pump for a dye laser.
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Solid State Lasers (205 suppliers)

Solid state lasers use a transparent substance (crystalline or glass) as the active medium, doped to provide the energy states necessary for lasing.  Solid state lasers are used in both low and high power applications.
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