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30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Medical Laser Systems in US$ Million by the following Product Segments: Surgical Lasers, Aesthetic Lasers, Ophthalmic Lasers, Diagnostic Lasers, Therapeutic Lasers, and Accessories & Services.
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE -- A test program aimed at turning the science fiction of laser weapons into reality will reach a milestone this fall with the return of a modified 747 carrying the test laser.
That's the overall difference, more or less, between the heart of a conventional Nd:YAG laser and one that's now aborning, the Yb:YAG disk-type diode pumped laser (the former uses neodymium and the latter ytterbium).
We undertook a study to determine the usefulness and effectiveness of a relatively new, portable 980-nm wavelength diode laser with a fiberoptic delivery system.
Although staccato bursts of laser light vaporized tiny dots of his flesh, he kept his finger in harm's way.
Over the past year, police in Europe and the United States have received reports of juveniles temporarily blinding subway drivers with laser lights.
OSRAM Opto Semiconductors will premier its SIRILAS[R] laser diode arrays at Photonics West 2007, in modular pumping modules produced by RayTools, maker of lasers and solutions for industrial applications.
For proponents of laser welding of automotive structures, Volkswagen AG is (1) to be admired or (2) a company that provokes tremendous jealousy.