ATL Lasertechnik GmbH was established in 1993 and made a breakthrough in UV laser technology in 1994 by developing the world's first compact, high repetition-rate, short-pulse excimer laser. ATL has refined this revolutionary concept through several product generations and, today, the ATLEX product range leads the world with its patented preionization and discharge technique. ATL continues to develop compact short-pulse excimer lasers, and remains the technology leader in this area.
ATL excimer lasers have been successfully applied in industry, science (spectroscopy) and medicine (ophthalmology). It is expected that the unique, cutting-edge excimer laser technology, developed by ATL, will dominate modern small-beam laser refractive surgery for the foreseeable future.
ATL small excimer lasers are also integrated into market-leading compact UV-micromachining systems for industrial and R&D applications, by our partner Optec. In 1996, Optec introduced the MicroMaster, the world's first compact, high-performance UV laser workstation, based on ATLEX excimer technology. More recently, Optec and ATL introduced ProMaster, an advanced excimer micromachining system for microelectronic applications.
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