(Ronkonkoma, NY, June 22, 2021) Photonics Industries, “The Pioneer of Intracavity Solid-State Harmonic Lasers”, uniquely combines its proficiency in intracavity harmonic generation with end pumping diodes to create remarkably efficient next gen intracavity harmonic diode pumped lasers —  the DX Series.

The DX Series remarkably produces High Power (up to 55W) UV and (up to 100W) Green laser from the highest wall plug efficiency ns laser:

o ~17% for green

o ~10% for UV

Photonics Industries (PI) patented intracavity UV generation has a non-consumable THG crystal that makes complicated crystal indexing schemes unnecessary. This allows for a simpler optical resonator for more stability and less sensitivity to ambient temperature changes.

The ability to have intracavity harmonic conversion in combination with the dynamic pulse control (DPC) features available in these high power commercially-available lasers uniquely positions PI to address the myriad of novel existing and emerging next generation laser based material processing manufacturing applications.

Please see page 30 of this month’s issue of CMM – The Magazine For Micro, High Precision and MEMS for full details on this laser and the applications it enables!


Intracavity harmonic generation lasers for industrial microprocessing applications

Commercial Micro Manufacturing Magazine, June 2021 Issue, pp. 30-33.

“Photonics Industries’ portfolio of products includes diode-pumped solid-state (DPSS) ultraviolet (UV) nanosecond lasers for microprocessing applications such as those in the defence, industrial, medical and scientific sectors. These lasers, known as the DX series, combine the benefits of end pumping diodes and proficient intracavity harmonic generation… The industrial microprocessing applications covered herein are flexible printed circuit board (FPCB) cutting, via hole drilling, silicon (Si) and glass wafer singulation (dicing), indium tin oxide (ITO) film patterning and marking, and metal cutting…”

Photonics Industries International thanks Commercial Micro Manufacturing International for the opportunity to publish within their monthly magazine, covering topics in micro, high-precision and microelectromechanical (MEMS) products and components.

For more information on all of Photonics Industries’ novel lasers, please contact:

Dr. Joyce Kilmer                                   or                      Matt Corrello
jkilmer@photonix.com                                                mcorrello@photonix.com