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  • Recoater Tips

    This document shows fundamental tips for fiber recoating and how to maintain good mold quality, in addition to instruction manual.

    Recoater Tips(279KB)

    Recoaters & Protectoers

  • Large Diameter Fiber Cleaving Tips (2)

    This document shows the tips for the Fujikura cleaver CT-105 and CT-106 focusing on inserts and backstop, in addition to the document “Large Diameter Fiber Cleaving Tips (1)”.

    Large Diameter Fiber Cleaving Tips (2)(320KB)

    Fiber cleavers

  • Large Diameter Fiber Cleaving Tips (1)

    Large diameter fibe demand is increasing for the purpose of energy transportation such as fiber laser application. This paper shows how to use the tension setting as one of the ways to help improve cleaving quality

    Large Diameter Fiber Cleaving Tips (1)(372KB)

    Fiber cleavers

  • Fiber Splicing and Processing by CO2 Laser

    What do you image as a heat source for optical fiber fusion splicing? The most popular one is fusion splicing by discharge with a pair of electrodes. Recently, the purpose of fusion splicer starts to reach into optical fiber processing. In addition, the demands for extra large diameter fiber becomes higher and higher. For such kind of applications, the heat power of fusion splicing is not enough and other heating method has been developed. One of the method is to use CO2 laser. This document will show about fiber fusion splicing and processing by CO2 laser.

    Fiber Splicing and Processing by CO2 Laser(576KB)

    Fusion splicers

  • Splice Parameter Optimization Chaper2, Core Observation

    Chapter1 showed about the fundamental principle of splice parameter optimization. In this chapter, you will know about the first step, the way how to observe core precisely.

    Splice Parameter Optimization Chaper2, Core Observation(577KB)

    Fusion splicers

  • Splice Parameter Optimization Chaper1, Prologue

    Let’s stop to think of the way how to splice with lower loss. One of them is to find adequate splice parameters by “optimization”. They tend to think that we can calculate the adequate splice parameter from fiber profiles, such as reflective index, MFD, doped materials. However, the reality is that we need to find the adequate splice parameter by repeating “try and error” based on theory, experience and .experiments. Although, it is not academic way, it is the most reliable and the fastest way.

    Splice Parameter Optimization Chaper1, Prologue(249KB)

    Fusion splicers

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