LaserCleave(TM) - Laser cleaver for optical fiber cutting

LaserCleave(TM) - Laser cleaver for optical fiber cutting
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LaserCleave(TM) from OpTek Systems is a compact, production-ready platform for non-contact, optical fiber cutting and is designed to maximize productivity in optical connector and component manufacture.

OpTek's unique machine tools are in service around the world producing laser-processed fiber ends of unmatched quality and reproducibility, with many millions of OpTek-processed ends in service in telecoms, datacoms, medical, aerospace and defense applications.

LaserCleave(TM) from OpTek Systems is a compact, productionready platform for non-contact, optical fiber cutting and is designed to maximize productivity in optical connector and component manufacture.

The base model of the laser cleave product family is designed to cut fiber and epoxy on a single fiber connector ferrule prior to conventional polishing. The single fiber ferrule models are designed to minimize the number of polishing steps requireds to finish the connector by cutting close to the ferrule face, with a profile that prevents unnecessary damage to the polishing films. For single fiber ferrules with low to moderate epoxy bead size the LaserCleave-SSP produces and end that can be polished in a single step with finishing film.

The range will also accommodate multi-fiber ferrules such as the MT, plus free fibers,ribbon and stubs.

We look forward to seeing you at the 21st LASER World of PHOTONICS in Munich from May 13 - 16, 2013.
Meet AMS Technologies and our Co-Exhibitors in hall B1.301 + 309
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