Laser-based imaging is a form of imaging that uses laser beams to create images of objects. It is used in a variety of applications, such as medical imaging, industrial imaging, and remote sensing. Laser-based imaging works by firing a laser beam at an object and measuring the time it takes for the light to be scattered back. The data is then used to construct an image of the object. The advantages of laser-based imaging include its high resolution, accuracy, and speed.
...e development of innovative and bespoke laser based imaging products and services. Established as an independent spin-out company from Loughborough University in 1996, LOE is a customer focused company offering yo...
LASER MARKING WORK PORTFOLIO Laser Dynamics uses multiple wavelengths which allow us to laser mark on limitless materials including many metals, plastics, and rubbers. Pictured below are just a few o...
...ns NOVAMECH is New Zealand’s leading 3D Laser Scanning Service Provider, specialising in Civil Engineering inspections, Mechanical engineering inspections and 3D Spatial analysis as well as and 3D Imaging E...
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...dale, AZ, they offer both Co2 and Fiber laser solutions that utilize a plotter style motion system. LEARN MORE Based out of Rocky Hill NC, Direct Color Systems offers high performance direct to substrate U...
...based on projection techniques, mostly around Excimer & CO2 TEA Lasers Machines based on focal point machining, from fs to CW, from Far IR to UV lasers Hybrid systems combining both techniques
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Cavitar is an expert in illumination lasers based on diode laser technology. The laser lighting is used in many demanding high-speed imaging and machine vision applications. The company offers...
...al imaging, crane control and micron-level part and surface inspection. Acuity Laser products utilize both triangulation and time-of-flight measurement principles and are known for their speed and accuracy.
...n microscope using Biolit 2 femtosecond laser: red fibers – collagen bundles, blue lines – elastin fibers, green blobs – fat cells. Field of view – 500 micrometers. Epilepsy brain tissue multi-contrast imaging...
...to design and provide reliable laser systems to support their research applications. As a laser manufacturer, Laser Peak has the resources and expertise to meet the service needs of OPOTEK customers.