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As a leading photonics innovator, Excelitas' technology experts actively contribute articles to industry journals and trade media across the many markets and technology sectors in which we engage. We provide insight on new technologies, market and application trends, and industry challenges. We continue to build on our reputation as a thought leader by staying engaged with our customers and industry.

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Additive Manufacturing MPO Article
Adding Fabrication Capabilities: Additive Manufacturing for Production Parts
Medical Products Outsourcing
Rapid advances in additive manufacturing/3D printing (AM/3DP) have taken these technologies to the point where medical device companies can produce highly functional and durable metal and polymer components that deliver outstanding performance in the medical end-use environment. AM can simplify complex designs (fewer parts, fewer steps) and utilize new material configurations and alloys. AM-derived products can also comply with current requirements and regulations for testing and validation.
Display Manufacturing Enriches Consumer Products
Display Manufacturing Enriches Consumer Products
Photonics Spectra
Consumer electronics are growing more sophisticated, at breakneck speed and with remarkable advancements in technology and refinement. New manufacturing technologies enable higher-quality displays — from big-screen TVs to smartphones — for consumer electronics.
Achieving the Ultimate Wavelength UV LED Curing Systems
Achieving the Ultimate Wavelength UV LED Curing Systems
Industrial Print Magazine
UV LED curing is used throughout the print process to dry or cure anything from ink to coatings. It works very quickly compared to other curing processes like conventional UV and mercury arc lamps in addition to many other advantages.
Silicon APDs and APD for autonomous vehicles
An Avalanche of APD Innovations
Photonics Spectra
When autonomous vehicles hit the streets, they navigate with the help of avalanche photodiodes, or APDs. These semiconductor photodetectors capture returning laser pulses as part of LiDAR systems, and this APD-derived data determines the distance to other vehicles, to objects, and to people — information critical for safe driving.
Gasworld
Future is bright for xenon. Excelitas Technologies lights up medical research and hospitals.
Gasworld
The latest xenon lighting technologies deliver longer life for the lamps, and higher output from the systems