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InnovaQuartz is pleased to offer a low cost but high performance solution for inspecting SMA (and Trimedyne in January 2017) terminated laser surgical fibers. This battery powered (batteries included) microscope is equipped with a thread-free SMA (or Trimedyne) port that positions the fiber input face within the field of view with acute angle illumination from below. Every detail of the connector face is exposed: scratches, dirt and burns are detected and may be corrected before risking the laser optics. Simply slip the connector ferrule into the aluminum adapter and flip on the light.
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How to Cleave Laser Surgical Fibers Purpose: Provide simple instructions for reprocessing flat tip bare fibers for laser surgery. Summary: Clean cut and flat optical faces are necessary for surgical efficacy in laser surgery. Badly cut fibers deliver energy to target tissue less efficiently and degrade more quickly than properly cut fibers. Step-by-step instructions…. Rationale: A.A. Griffith developed the first theoretical model for fractures during WWI, inaugurating the Science of Fracture Mechanics. As luck would have it, Griffith studied glass fibers. Telecommunications fibers are made of fused silica -- just like laser surgical fibers -- and more telecom fibers are...