TelAztec LLC

Burlington, MA 01803-3404


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15 A St
Burlington, MA 01803-3404
United States

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Anti-reflection nano-textures etched directly into bulk optic with no added absorption; extreme broad-band and off-axis functionality, unsurpassed laser damage threshold levels, UV, visible, and IR wavelengths.


Stephen Consoles, Staff Scientist, TelAztec

Laser Focus World 2021 Rising Stars Awards: Stephen Consoles

In this third showcase, we highlight Stephen Consoles, staff scientist at TelAztec.
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FIGURE 1. Two monolithic beam expansion systems are shown with spherical surfaces (top) and with a convex aspheric surface (center) for an enlargement of M=2. Incoming beam diameter is 10 mm. The wavefront aberrations for the aspheric approach are four orders of magnitude smaller. Three cascade systems are shown for beam expansion based on monolithic individual systems (bottom: 10.5x enlargement (a), 21x enlargement (b), and 9.3x enlargement (c). System (b) differs from (a) by the addition of an element with M=2. System (c) differs from (b) by the inversion of the last element with M=1.5.

Technology Review: Laser Focus World's top 20 photonics technology picks for 2016

This year's Tech Review Top 20 list concludes with an especially robust selection of science topics from the past year of Laser Focus World.
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Fiber Optics

Fiberguide unveils optical fibers with randomized antireflection nanostructured end faces

Randomized AR nanostructures increase fiber assemblies’ wavelength range and damage threshold.
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FIGURE 1. As seen in this electron-microscope image, surface antireflection structures exist in many varieties. The random AR structure (lower right) is now commercially available.

Laser Optics: Antireflection nanotextures for laser optics go commercial

Antireflection nanotextures provide high optical performance, low surface absorption, and high laser-damage resistance, leading to long-term beam stability.
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FIGURE 1. Scanning-electron-micrograph (SEM) images show various types of ARMs textures etched in the surface of durable optical materials.

Optical Materials: Nanotextured optical surfaces advance laser power and reliability

Retaining the mechanical, thermal, chemical, and optical properties of durable materials, functional nanometer-scale textures etched in optic surfaces enable higher-power, more...


Jim Nole

Director of Marketing, TelAztec

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