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Laser FAQs
Lasers, once a novelty futuristic concept, are now an integral part of many industries and activities. To learn more about the laser, consider the following frequently asked questions:

What is a laser, exactly?
The word laser came from an acronym for "light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation." Any laser's primary function is to amplify or strengthen light waves. In this way, lasers are much different from other light sources which simply create light. A laser both creates and amplifies.

How does a laser work?
There are many types of lasers on the market, and each functions in a uniquely different way. Generally speaking, however, there are some core parts in every type of laser. To create a laser, two key components are needed. First there is a gain medium, and next is the optical cavity. A gain medium can be any number of things including crystals, semiconductors, gasses, glasses, and dyed liquids. That medium is stimulated by a source and absorbs that energy. Once stimulated to a certain state, light can be shone through the medium at an amplified rate. The optical cavity, then, is a series of reflective mirrors that concentrate the light to shine through the excited medium. The result is a laser beam.

What can lasers be used for?
Lasers can be used today for pointing devices, light shows, fiber optic telecommunications, etching and cutting, medical diagnostics and surgery, environmental research, space exploration, manufacturing, environmental science, and other applications. Laser technology continues to improve and scientist are learning more about the possibilities of lasers nearly daily.

 
 
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Laser Precision
3201 N Sylvania Ave Ste 115, Fort Worth, TX 76111
Laser Precision of Austin is on-the-job-training to provide you with the best possible service as like laser, shaft & tool alignment, vibration analysis, machine alignment and many more.
(817) 222-3200
Penman Ann Laser Therapy
5160 Village Creek Dr, Plano, TX 75093
(972) 818-7848
Cls Service & Supply Inc
3832 Cavalier Dr, Garland, TX 75042
(972) 231-3646
Lasercut Machining Inc
11261 Indian Trl, Dallas, TX 75229
(972) 484-4331
Questech Service Corp
3401 Express Dr, Garland, TX 75041
(972) 278-8006
Geoshack
2308 Springlake Rd, Dallas, TX 75234
(972) 241-6001
Kofahl Sheet Metal Works Inc
3921 Elm St, Dallas, TX 75226
(214) 826-3933
Joyce Engraving Co Inc
1262 Round Table Dr, Dallas, TX 75247
(214) 638-1262
Big Tex Laser Etc
256 Regal Row, Dallas, TX 75247
(214) 951-9240
Laser Surplus Sales
2348 Irving Blvd, Dallas, TX 75207
(214) 631-5273
Lone Star Laser
415 E Pioneer Dr, Irving, TX 75061
(972) 554-7563
Davis Metal Stamping Inc
700 Fabrication St, Dallas, TX 75212
(469) 227-9124
Metal Specialties Mfg Co Div-Fleming & Son Corp
1950 E Main St, Grand Prairie, TX 75050
(972) 263-1566
Laserpro
605 E Palace Pkwy, Grand Prairie, TX 75050
(972) 263-7715
Red Oak Laser Blast
205 S Main St Ste 1701, Red Oak, TX 75154
(972) 576-5227


Lasers, once a novelty futuristic concept, are now an integral part of many industries and activities. To learn more about the laser, consider the following frequently asked questions:

What is a laser, exactly?
The word laser came from an acronym for "light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation." Any laser's primary function is to amplify or strengthen light waves. In this way, lasers are much different from other light sources which simply create light. A laser both creates and amplifies.

How does a laser work?
There are many types of lasers on the market, and each functions in a uniquely different way. Generally speaking, however, there are some core parts in every type of laser. To create a laser, two key components are needed. First there is a gain medium, and next is the optical cavity. A gain medium can be any number of things including crystals, semiconductors, gasses, glasses, and dyed liquids. That medium is stimulated by a source and absorbs that energy. Once stimulated to a certain state, light can be shone through the medium at an amplified rate. The optical cavity, then, is a series of reflective mirrors that concentrate the light to shine through the excited medium. The result is a laser beam.

What can lasers be used for?
Lasers can be used today for pointing devices, light shows, fiber optic telecommunications, etching and cutting, medical diagnostics and surgery, environmental research, space exploration, manufacturing, environmental science, and other applications. Laser technology continues to improve and scientist are learning more about the possibilities of lasers nearly daily.

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