LaserWave 550 fiber is manufactured using OFS' advanced Modified Chemical Vapor Deposition (MCVD) process.
What does MCVD stand for?
MCVD stands for Modified Chemical Vapor Deposition
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that designed and produced the first optical fiber in 1970; and MacChesney and his colleagues at AT&T Bell Laboratories, now Lucent Technologies, followed in 1974 with the Modified Chemical Vapor Deposition process, which allows for the mass production of optical fiber.
to a patent for certain optical fibers drawn from a preform having a core rod made by a modified chemical vapor deposition (MCVD) process.
MORE NEWS Specialty Optical Fiber (SOF) Manufacturing Facility Operational StockerYale announces that Phase I of the company's SOF facility has been completed with the installation of state-of-the-art modified chemical vapor deposition (MCVD) equipment.
NASDAQ: STKR), a leading provider of optical components and specialized illumination products, today announces the purchase of three Modified Chemical Vapor Deposition (MCVD) systems for an undisclosed amount that will be housed in a new facility specifically designed to support these systems.
MacChesney, a Bell Labs Fellow and a member of the Photonics Materials Research Department, is best known for his invention of the modified chemical vapor deposition (MCVD) process, a world standard for optical-fiber manufacturing.
MacChesney and his colleagues at Bell Laboratories, formerly part of AT&T and now the research and development unit of Lucent Technologies, followed in 1974 with the Modified Chemical Vapor Deposition process, which provided a path to the mass production of optical fiber.