We offer tools for a large variety of different types of fiber processing:
This includes the stripping of fiber claddings, the cleaning and cleaving of fibers, and splicing or polishing, depending on the application. Microscopes and/or interferometers are used in the analysis of fiber end surfaces.
We have tools available for all stages of processing, both for field applications and applications in the laboratory. We cover the entire range of fiber diameters to 1.2 mm.
Coupler drawing machines are suited for the development and production of fiber optic passive components.
Taper Manufacturing Station (TMS) is the name of the unit used to taper optical fibers. It is also used in the manufacture of fiber bundles and couplers.
The optical fiber is weakened if the heat transfer is too strong, in particular when splicing thick fibers. Its resistance can most effectively be tested using the bend proof tester.
Fiber tips can be shaped using the Lens Forming Station (LFS): With the help of a defined light arc, spherical lenses with a specified shape can be produced.
NORIA: A tool used to inscribe fiber Bragg gratings (FBGs) in optical fibers. It contains everything required for this purpose.