Coated Laser Optics
Dielectric coatings are one of our core competencies at Laser Components. We primarily deposit customer-specific optical coatings onto almost any substrates. E-beam technology, also referred to as physical vapor deposition (PVD), ion-assisted deposition (IAD), and ion beam sputtering (IBS) are the coating processes currently available.
AR coatings to minimise reflections.
Mirrors with user-defined angles of incidence and best damage thresholds. High power and cw/fs coatings.
Output couplers and beam splitters with high-power or cw/fs coating. User-defined angle of incidence.
Dichroic mirrors to combine or separate two beams with different wavelengths.
The degree of reflection slopes from the center of the optic in a Gaussian distribution. Used in unstable resonators.
Metal mirrors are an inexpensive alternative to mirrors with dielectric coating.
High power coatings on parabolic mirrors for the pumping of thin disk lasers.
Optical coatings are manufactured in house since 1986. Find out more about the production facility and our capabilities.
A job shop service is offered as well. Here is what we offer!