LAZERMaster™ Laser Splicing System LZM-110M/110P

The LZM-110M /110P LAZERMaster is a splicing and glass processing system that uses a CO2 laser heat source to perform splicing, tapering (to create MFAs), lensing, or other glass shaping operations with glass diameters of 2.3 mm or more. The high resolution optical analysis system works in conjunction with on- board firmware for fully automatic splicing, tapering and other glass shaping processes.

Features
  • Capable of splicing fibers up to 2.3mm in Diameter
  • High resolution motion for precise control during splicing and glass processing operations
  • Extensive library of applications which are transferable between the LZM and FSM family
  • FPS PC GUI provides additional measurement capabilities and glass shaping control
  • Very clean heat source: Absolutely no deposits on fiber surface as might occur with filaments or electrodes Provides extremely stable and repeatable operation with virtually no maintenance
  • Substantially reduces maintenance and calibration requirements
  • Proprietary feedback system ensures heating power stability
  • No need for process gas (as required with filament systems) or Vacuum systems
  • Class 1 Laser with redundant automated laser safety features
Key markets
  • Fiber laser
  • Optical devices
  • Medical equipments
  • Sensing systems
  • Research and others
Brochure & Manual
LAZERMaster™ Laser Splicing System LZM-110M/110P (PDF 779KB) Total Brochure(PDF 1803KB)

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