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3SAE CMS

• Extremely repeatable glass processing heat source ideal for high volume optical component manufacturing with a range of operation from <300°C to >3000°C.
• Unsurpassed heat source circumferential thermal uniformity for symmetrical ultra-low loss tapering and reduced thermally induced component stress.
• Contamination free heat source capable of producing ultra-high strength multi kilowatt class optical components.
• Fastest cycle times based on standard splice, taper, and cleave cycle times averaged together.
• Embedded electrode cooling system included for up to 100% duty cycle operation.• Exclusive automatic alignment of Pitch and Yaw included with <0.01 degree resolution for endcap or tapered glass splicing and pre-taper alignment. 
• Exclusive two and three electrode operation modes supported to maximize heat zone dimensional flexibility.
• Exclusive standard and controlled atmospheric pressure modes supported to provide the best possible application flexibility and repeatability. 
• Orthogonal view 5mp vision system with telecentric lenses providing 4.2mm wide x 3.5mm tall field of view at up to 75 frames per second.
• Live process monitoring via full resolution video imaging of the molten glass without under or overexposure.
• Optional 50nm resolution, optical encoder system available on both fiber platforms and the heat zone Z Axis for real world thermally insensitive positional feedback.
• In situ cleaver included for <10um-1000um.
• Splicing of 125um to 2mm supported.
• Exclusive <50nm X and Y fiber positional resolution of over the full stroke of 10mm.
• Taper lengths of up to 175mm supported in bidirectional mode.
• Exclusive \"Table Based Tapering™\" software included for easy user level single direction or bidirectional taper program creation and nearly infinite engineer level process control.*
*User can adjust both fiber platform locations, the heat zone location, and the arc power setting 25 times per second for the entire process

3SAE Large Diameter Fiber Splicing Station (LDS II)
  • Three Electrode system design combines proven manufacturing-stable technology with R&D flexibility.
  • Isothermal plasma field (triangular two-dimensional plane) up to 100 times larger than standard two-electrode system fields.
  • Plasma field monitoring of 300 times per second provides industry leading field-temperature stability (+/- 5 °C)
  • Proprietary-alloy electrodes, coupling extended life, high thermal power generation and low maintenance/cost, can be refurbished by user.
  • Generates negligible tungsten deposits and requires no specialized gas environment for operation.
  • Ideally suited for difficult or developmental applications.
  • The high repeatability and stability is ideally suited for manufacturing or large scale production.
3SAE Lens Forming Station (LFS)
  • Patented Ring of Fire® three electrode system combines proven manufacturing-stable technology, yielding an large area plasma field monitored 300 times per second for industry leading field-temperature stability.
  • 3SAE proprietary-alloy electrodes couple extended life with high thermal power generation and low maintenance/cost.
  • The electrodes generate negligible tungsten deposits and require no specialized shielding gas.
  • Patented Ring of Fire® repeatability and stability is ideally suited for manufacturing or large scale production.
3SAE Taper Manufacturing Station (TMS)
  • Utilizes 3SAE’s patent pending Thermally Stabilized Plasma™ in partial vacuum, resulting in the highest quality, lowest loss and best repeatability in the industry
  • Three customizable tapering modes, single direction tapering, bi-directional tapering and table based tapering
  • Ultra low contamination for high power applications
  • New blunt electrode design increases life expectancy by > 10x
NORIA – the Fiber Bragg Grating Manufacturing Solution
  • The NORIA tool is a manufacturing tool to produce Fiber Bragg Gratings (FBGs). A Deep Ultra Violet laser (Coherent Excistar XS 500Hz—ArF) and a phase mask (Ibsen Photonics) are used to transfer a periodic pattern into the core of a photosensitive optical fiber.
  • The NORIA tool holds a number of different masks in a revolver like holder, each mask having a different pattern periodicity. This flexibility allows the end-user to manufacture FBGs from predefined recipes in an automated fashion.
  • In addition, multiple FBGs in an array can be written along the fiber at any desired position using the NORIA tools accurate positioning stage.
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