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  2. About Thorlabs



    Thorlabs, since 1989, has proudly served the Photonics community through its growing catalog of over 20,000 products. As a USA based company with end-to-end design, manufacturing, and distribution facilities located worldwide, its catalog includes components to system-level solutions in product categories such as optomechanics, fiber, optics, semiconductors, lasers, and imaging. Leveraging its design and manufacturing capabilities, Thorlabs also offers complete custom options for OEM integration.


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    1. In pairing the FN1 microscope with Thorlabs' OCT technology, we are able to complement our traditional widefield and confocal imaging systems by providing a similar but more macro view.
      In Nikon Instruments and Thorlabs Together Bring OCT Imaging to the FN1 'Physiostation' Microscope
    2. Covega comes to the Thorlabs family with a new suite of optical technologies that Thorlabs looks forward to offering to its diverse customer base. We are committed to ensuring continued access to the broad array of products that Covega currently manufacturers.
      In Thorlabs Acquires Covega
    3. Research by our group at MIT and our collaborators at Praevium Research and Thorlabs indicated that the coherence length of the VCSEL source was orders of magnitude longer than other swept laser technologies suitable for OCT, which suggested the possibility of long-range OCT imaging.
      In Researchers achieve meter-scale optical coherence tomography for first time