Laser Materials Corporation has been in business for over 10 years growing large size Nd:YAG crystals using the Czochralski method. We specialize in both "blank" and finished Nd:YAG laser rods and slabs.
At Laser Materials Corporation we produce Nd:YAG boules, fabricated laser rods and slabs. Our crystal growth facility in Vancouver, Washington exclusively produces large diameter boules currently, Ø82 mm) in lengths up to 250 mm while retaining acceptable Neodymium concentration levels.
As a crystal grower, we concentrate on developing and improving the crystal growth process to produce high yields and consistently high material quality. Pure raw materials, precise formulation, and exacting growth control are the keystones of our operations.
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