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    Parallax Technology manufactures and markets dc-excited, sealed carbon dioxide lasers from 20 to 200 Watts for use in industrial and medical applications. Industrial users are the manufacturers of CO2...
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    Alpha Omega Instruments Corp. has two primary business groups. Its Electro-optics Group manufactures a broad product line of Thermoelectric Cooler Controllers used in conjunction with global...
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    Alpha Omega Instruments Corp. has two primary business groups. Its Electro-optics Group manufactures a broad product line of Thermoelectric Cooler Controllers used in conjunction with global...
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    STC Catalysts, Inc. has an exclusive license from NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC) to manufacture carbon monoxide (CO) oxidation catalysts for use in carbon dioxide (CO2) laser applications. STC...
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    At Luxinar, we have a singular focus: developing laser technology to enhance our world. Like a laser that channels light into a single, powerful beam, we focus on improving the lives of our...
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    STI has been a pioneer in the development of discharge lasers, in particular carbon dioxide (CO2) and excimer lasers. Besides performing research on these devices, we have delivered custom lasers to...
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    ThinkGroup's mission is to be attentive to our customers' needs and deliver high-quality engineering services through advanced technology and excellent customer service. We consistently meet our...
  • News - 2 Feb 2009
    Someday, moving a large, flat-screen TV across the country might be as simple as taking it off the wall, rolling it up and sliding it into a study tube. That's the vision of researchers...
  • News - 3 Dec 2008
    A recent ESA campaign has demonstrated how a technique using lasers could be employed to measure carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. The campaign supports one of the main objectives of the candidate...
  • Article - 16 Jan 2008
    Using concentrated solar energy to reverse combustion, a research team from Sandia National Laboratories has built a prototype device intended to chemically “reenergize” carbon dioxide into carbon...