Since its first green harmonic laser was introduced back in 1993, Photonics Industries has been creating the development history of harmonic solid-state lasers, especially Q-switched intra-cavity harmonic lasers. Our broad array of products and services are designed to provide state-of-the-art laser solutions for a wide range of leading edge applied engineering and research applications. Photonics Industries has a strong commitment to continuous product improvements to keep up with today's highest demanding technology markets.
Founded in January 1993, Photonics Industries International, Inc. pioneered in high efficiency intra-cavity Q-switched, harmonic solid-state lasers, with focus on intra-cavity ultraviolet solid-state lasers, including diode pumped Nd:YAG, Nd:YLF and Nd:YVO4 lasers. The company was started with the mission to develop technologies that made solid-state lasers to emit visible and ultraviolet wavelength beams, with reliability and efficiency as good as its fundamental counterpart for industrial and scientific applications.
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