MegaWatt Lasers was formed in 1997 to provide solid-state laser consulting, R&D, and small scale manufacturing capabilities to military, industrial, and medical customers. MegaWatt Lasers solid-state laser engineering consulting services have been provided to NVESD, ARL, ARDEC, PM Apache, DoD contractors, and commercial clients. MegaWatt Lasers is currently developing Laser Ordnance Ignition and Laser Isotope Breakdown Spectroscopy technologies under two separate ARL supported R&D efforts. Additionally, MegaWatt Lasers maintains a small laboratory and manufacturing facility on Hilton Head Island, SC where application specific solid-state lasers are developed and produced, and high quality diffuse reflector pump chambers are manufactured. MegaWatt Lasers forte is eye-safe Er:glass laser technology.
MegaWatt Lasers manufactures high quality laser pump chambers for a variety of laser applications covering all solid-state laser wavelengths. Our pump chamber designs provide unsurpassed performance, reliability and leak integrity to meet the demanding needs of your laser system design. Through many years experience, we have optimized our pump chamber designs to provide features such as high efficiency diffuse reflectors and symmetric radial cooling. Standard pump chambers can be delivered off-the-shelf while the modular design allows for cost effective custom solutions. Contact us today to learn more about improving your performance and reducing cost of your solid state pump chamber needs!
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