Plastic Laser Unveiled - The Future of Lasers is Plastic

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Light Beam Industries, LLC, a leading technology firm dedicated to providing eco-efficient lighting solutions utilizing its patented wave guide, diffraction grading and LEC materials, has developed a new Solid State Dye Laser Material (SSDLM). The Solid State Dye Laser Material is based on patents created by inventor Daniel Naum. This new material is a self-healing polymeric cross-linked gain medium that uses high-efficiency fluorescent laser dyes in a high temperature co-polymer matrix in ways never before done.

Very soon we will have wave-guide matched laser diodes and light emitting diodes (LED's) as optical pump sources. This means that inexpensive - high powered lasers, pumped by off the shelf Diode Lasers - LED's would be readily available and would give research facilities, defense applications, colleges and others easy accessibility to lasers which cost thousands of dollars currently.

Light Beam Industries, LLC, a leading technology firm dedicated to providing eco-efficient lighting solutions utilizing its patented wave guide, diffraction grading and LEC materials, has developed a new Solid State Dye Laser Material (SSDLM).

The Solid State Dye Laser Material is based on patents created by inventor Daniel Naum. This new material is a self-healing polymeric cross-linked gain medium that uses high-efficiency fluorescent laser dyes in a high temperature co-polymer matrix in ways never before done. For images go to http://www.light-beam.net/solid_state_laser_material.html

SSDLM can be produced in all colors in large quantities and can be easily shaped into laser rods of any size, rotating disc gain media, rings, films and as fiber optic fiber. The material is also grating tunable and can be pumped by many optical sources including; other lasers (doubled Q-switched ND:YAG lasers) and flash lamps. CEO John Darland states, "Very soon we will have wave-guide matched laser diodes and light emitting diodes (LED's) as optical pump sources. This means that inexpensive - high powered lasers, pumped by off the shelf Diode Lasers - LED's would be readily available and would give research facilities, defense applications, colleges and others easy accessibility to lasers which cost thousands of dollars currently."

Long Range research efforts will focus on nano-crystalline lasing structures incorporated in a plastic matrix (paint-on nano lasers) with further potential applications in lighting, solar collection, visual displays as well as search and rescue operations. President Mark Benson said, "There are also some very exciting medical, research, display, lighting and military applications which will be focused on by LBI. One such project will be using single pulse - very high powered SSDLM's (very compact), using chemical burst reaction as a pump source and high-damage threshold pyromethane-BF2 laser dyes."

About Light Beam Industries, LLC                                                                                    
LBI specializing in eco-friendly high performance Fiber Optic Lighting Systems. Utilizing our patented technologies, we are able to provide the most innovative and efficient products including Illuminators, Fiber, Light Panels, Fluorescent Material (LEC's) as well as solid state custom lighting projects.

Our mission is to provide the world with superior products and services, using innovative solutions that improve the efficiency of lighting with fiber optics and cold light technologies to satisfy our customer needs, in an eco-friendly manner.

If you would like more information, please contact us at 541-228-3650. Please visit our website at http://www.lightbeaminc.com

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