Time-Bandwidth Products AG

Zurich CH-8005

COMPANY OVERVIEW

About Time-Bandwidth Products AG

25

Contact

Technoparkstr 1
Zurich CH-8005
Switzerland
http://www.time-bandwidth.com
41-44-445-31-20
41-44-445-31-21

More Info on Time-Bandwidth Products AG

Manufactures all solid-state diode-pumped femtosecond and picosecond lasers. Achieves "Rock-Solid Ultrafast" through the use of diode pumping and semiconductor saturable absorbers-SESAMs to initiate and stabilize pulsing.

Articles

(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.
FIGURE 1. A diagram shows the evolution of ultrafast lasers from the original dye lasers to more-recent solid-state and fiber-based lasers.
FIGURE 1. A diagram shows the evolution of ultrafast lasers from the original dye lasers to more-recent solid-state and fiber-based lasers.
FIGURE 1. A diagram shows the evolution of ultrafast lasers from the original dye lasers to more-recent solid-state and fiber-based lasers.
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.
Courtesy of Next Scan Technology
FIGURE 1. Using a line or polygon scanner with 4000 laser points per line, it takes 2 ms to scan the line across the workpiece.
FIGURE 1. Using a line or polygon scanner with 4000 laser points per line, it takes 2 ms to scan the line across the workpiece.
FIGURE 1. Using a line or polygon scanner with 4000 laser points per line, it takes 2 ms to scan the line across the workpiece.
FIGURE 1. Using a line or polygon scanner with 4000 laser points per line, it takes 2 ms to scan the line across the workpiece.
FIGURE 1. Using a line or polygon scanner with 4000 laser points per line, it takes 2 ms to scan the line across the workpiece.
Lasers & Sources

ULTRAFAST LASERS: Picosecond lasers: Achieving maximum processing speed

In picosecond lasers, the ablated volume per pulse is limited, and the principal workaround is the innovative implementation of higher pulse-repetition rates at the workpiece....

Buyer's Guide Listing Information

Click here for listing information and directions on how to add or update your company.

Request More Information From Time-Bandwidth Products AG

By clicking above, I acknowledge and agree to Endeavor Business Media’s Terms of Service and to Endeavor Business Media's use of my contact information to communicate with me about offerings by Endeavor, its brands, affiliates and/or third-party partners, consistent with Endeavor's Privacy Policy. In addition, I understand that my personal information will be shared with any sponsor(s) of the resource, so they can contact me directly about their products or services. Please refer to the privacy policies of such sponsor(s) for more details on how your information will be used by them. You may unsubscribe at any time.