Mobius Photonics Inc. delivers rugged and reliable fiber-based laser sources
to the commercial market. Current products feature both fundamental (IR) and
harmonically wavelength converted (green and UV) outputs. These products offer
unique material processing capabilities, enabling higher throughput with superior
control. Innovative features include independent control of the pulse width
and pulse repetition frequency (PRF) and operation at high PRFs up to 1 MHz.
All Mobius products are designed for 24/7 operation in demanding commercial
Founded in 2005, Mobius is made up of industry veterans with a proven track
record of successful commercialization of new laser technology. The Mobius team
combines an in-depth understanding of customer needs with the technical expertise
required to develop and manufacture state-of-the-art laser systems. Mobius is
centrally located at the heart of Silicon Valley in Santa Clara, California.
Mobius Photonics Introduces G1R3 Short-Pulse Laser System
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Mobius Photonics to Present on UV Fiber Laser Technology Applications
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Dr. Keith Paulsen
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R. Bruce Weisman
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