Fianium Inc

Eugene, OR 97401


About Fianium Inc


858 W Park St
Eugene, OR 97401
United States

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Focuses on the manufacture and development of ultrafast, high power laser systems covering a wavelength range from 240-2500 nm.


FIGURE 1. Using a Menlo Systems BlueCut microjoule femto fiber, a cross-sectional view of a bone sample cut with this laser (a; courtesy of ROWIAK GmbH), an intraocular lens fabricated out of PMMA (b), and a gold spiral for microwave applications (c; courtesy of Optec) are shown.
Lasers & Sources

Photonics Products: Femtosecond Lasers - Femtosecond fiber lasers probe and process materials in new ways

The earliest fiber lasers had a few tens of milliwatts of single-mode CW output. Today, multi-kilowatt-class fiber lasers have megahertz repetition rates and femtosecond pulse...
A light source unlike either lasers or LEDs, supercontinuum light emerges from a photonic crystal fiber.
Lasers & Sources

Microstructured Fiber: Photonic crystal fibers advance supercontinuum generation

Future supercontinuum sources will display high temporal coherence, extended bandwidth in silica fibers, and spectra reaching far into the infrared.
(Courtesy of Toptica)
FIGURE 1. A diagram shows the evolution of ultrafast lasers from the original dye lasers to more-recent solid-state and fiber-based lasers.
Lasers & Sources

Ultrafast Scientific Lasers: Ultrafast scientific lasers expand on their legacy

The femtosecond-scale pulse durations of ultrafast lasers are ideal for science, capturing physical and biological processes that normally happen too fast to measure.
FIGURE 1. 'Pulse-picked' supercontinuum sources operating at various repetition rates provide nominally identical pulse spectral shapes, but different pulse densities.
Fiber Optics

SUPERCONTINUUM SOURCES: An even brighter future awaits supercontinuum fiber lasers

In just 10 years, supercontinuum power levels have grown an order of magnitude with spectral range spanning from 380 to 2400 nm. Enhanced understanding of supercontinuum generation...
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Fiber Optics

Fianium supercontinuum lasers generate >8 W total output power

The SC-450-8, SC-450-8-PP, and SC-450-8-VE supercontinuum lasers generate >8 W total output power between 450 nm and 2 μm.
Fiber Optics

Fianium's new US applications lab aims to prove materials-processing superiority of ultrafast fiber lasers

Fianium (Southampton, England) has opened a new micro-materials processing applications lab in Portland, OR, to enable work with OEMs in testing material samples and to highlight...
Fiber Optics

Fianium claims to eradicate limitations of conventional supercontinuum lasers with new fabrication capabilities

Ultrafast fiber laser manufacturer Fianium Ltd (Southampton, UK) has unveiled a new type of photonic crystal fiber (PCF), which it says is the early fruits of its strategic collaboratio...
(Courtesy of Fianium)
FIGURE 1. A comparison of the visible spectral regions of new (upper spectrum) and conventional (lower spectrum) supercontinuum sources after dispersion through a prism demonstrates the extent of additional blue and UV spectral components achieved using the latest PCF developments.
Fiber Optics

SUPERCONTINUUM SOURCES: New white-light supercontinuum sources have no blue deficiency

By changing the air-filling fraction of the photonic-crystal fibers used in white-light supercontinuum sources, the traditional “blue deficiency” of such sources is eliminated...
FIGURE 1. A metamaterial with nanoscale feature sizes has a magnetic resonance for 3-µm light-an important step ­toward the fabrication of a negative-refractive-index material at that wavelength.

Fresh perspectives propel advances

Somewhere between pure science and pure hard-won ­experience lies technological success. This year's rich variety of achievements in photonics and optoelectronics extends to both...
FIGURE 1. Ultrafast fiber lasers and their associated postprocessing systems can be used in a broad range of applications.
Fiber Optics

The rising power in ultrafast technology

High-power ultrafast fiber lasers are challenging the dominance of the bulk solid-state laser, outperforming solid-state systems in many applications; their potential is far from...

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