Research Advanced Materials Sensors And Weapons From Laser

Electro-optical experts based in Dayton, Ohio, are conducting material experiments to help protect US and Allied sensors and military systems from lasers and laser pointer weapons. Officials at the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, announced on Friday that UES was awarded a research and development contract involving laser materials for the blue…

China-U.S. Laser Weapon Comparison 60 kW Laser Pointer

The US Defense News weekly website reported that Lockheed Martin has officially started delivering a 60-kilowatt laser to the US Army. In a test conducted earlier this month, this laser produced a single beam of 58 kilowatts, setting a world record for this laser pointer. At the previous Abu Dhabi International Defense Exhibition, China exhibited a…

Russia’s new laser pointer monitor micro manufacturing process

Researchers at the Tomsk Polytechnic University in Russia and the Institute of Atmospheric Optics of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences have developed a new type of laser monitor that can observe rapid process processes that are invisible to the human eye, such as welding. Previously, the R&D team developed a prototype…

Why The Laser Pointer Weapon Is Not On The Battlefield

Since the 1960s, people have been studying laser weapons for more than 50 years. Although the research results or experimental performance are often impressive, it is always difficult to make major breakthroughs, and people often want to use them for actual combat. Shattered. Just a few years ago, Kendall, the deputy secretary of defense and…

How The Ancient Laser Pointer Found A New Dawn

As we all know, the rapid development of fiber lasers in recent years is constantly eroding the market share of CO2 lasers, especially in the field of metal processing. In a few years, the main position of CO2 lasers has ceased to exist. At the moment when products such as fiber lasers, disc pointers, semiconductor laser…