Since 1957, FISBA has been supplying photonics customers the widest array of design and manufacturing capabilities in the industry. Our highly specialized teams meet the complex and regulated demands of the Life Science, Defense and Aerospace, Industrial Production and Materials Processing markets, enabling the world's leading brands to fulfill their market potential. FISBA’s customer focused services range from ideation to device development support, engineering, supply chain optimization, to device assembly operations, all at our purpose-built facilities that support stringent market requirements while protecting our customers’ intellectual property. FISBA operates from locations in Switzerland, Germany and the USA.
FISBA will exhibit their FAC Lenses and SAC Lenses that are designed and manufactured in house. With these optical components, FISBA provides ready-to-use products for a wide range of customer-specific applications.
FISBA is a leading and independent supplier of FACs in large quantities. Contact us for all questions regarding custom design, prototype development and large scale production. Every step in the production process is executed efficiently under one roof in Switzerland. FISBA also offers customized FACs assembled to bottom tab. The fastest way to get one of our high performance FACs is to pick one out of our standard product list using our FAC Selector.
FISBA’s portfolio includes SAC lenses for both single emitter diode lasers as well as SAC arrays for diode laser bars. Their acylindrical design has been optimized in FISBA’s long experience in diode laser collimation. Design, prototype manufacturing and large scale production all take place in Switzerland.
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Laser diodes virtually always require FACs. For near IR laser diodes these lenses are usually made from high index optical glasses in order to reduce size, complexity and costs. But FACs for high power blue laser diodes cannot be made from these glasses because they experience excessive thermal lensing due to absorbed laser light. Research at FISBA has now identified a high index material which does support use with all currently available blue laser diode single emitters. At this power, FACs made from this FISBA «Blue» offer an unmatched combination of cost and performance. For the even lower absorption levels required at the higher power levels that may become available from diode arrays, FISBA is developing a new process that enables the volume production of fused silica FACs. Specifically, it allows the production of highly curved, biconvex, acircular cylindric optical forms that cannot be cost-effectively manufactured in volume using existing methods. These will deliver the combination of performance and economy needed to take full advantage of these exciting new high power, short wavelength light sources.