Fluence Technology

Fluence Technology is a private limited company founded in 2016 to commercialize the cutting-edge all-fiber femtosecond technology developed in Polish academic institutions.

The company was established by four experts, each one specializing in their own complementary area, but all of them share the same passion for technology and willingness to develop unique ultrafast systems that would be robust, stable, and frustration-free. Their goal was obtained thanks to their hard work and dedication to the ultrafast fiber technology from as early as 2003. Those 13 years of research and development before Fluence was officially founded, had let them find a way to make the femtosecond lasers extremely stable and immune to shock and vibration. With the unique all-fiber technology, they are devoted to fill the long-standing market gap of truly service-free femtosecond lasers.

Nowadays, Fluence consists of a team of highly skilled engineers and scientists with the drive to make a difference and go the extra mile. Fluence is a team of experts in various fields like laser systems, photonics, embedded systems, software, simulation and modeling, electronics, micromachining, ultrafast spectroscopy, and more.

Why Choose Fluence:

All our laser systems maximize the use of the fiber design, and we avoid free-space optics wherever possible. Our 1030 nm ultrafast oscillator, the most crucial part of every femtosecond laser, is built-in all-fiber technology that uses passive interference for mode-locking and eliminates degradable components such as SESAM. The robustness of this approach allows our lasers to achieve unprecedented stability and environmental resilience.

Most of our products and components are tested in an environmental chamber as they run to ensure they work exceptionally well in an extensive range of temperatures. The acceptable ambient temperature spans from 15°C to 50°C, while we tested some elements to operate from -10ºC to 100°C, maintaining their operational parameters at all times.

We understand that not everyone can afford a vibration-free, stable operating environment. Therefore, we test our systems on a vibrational platform as they run. We test our core product (the 1030 nm femtosecond oscillator) to operate at as high as 40g accelerations. The power and repetition rate was always rock solid throughout the test.

Our products are tested using state‑of‑the‑art diagnostics equipment. We offer the same tools to our customers: compact Real‑time Autocorrelator and Spectral Phase Interferometer, with other devices that will follow soon.

Fluence Technology’s Values:

We come from different backgrounds, both industrial and academic. We have one thing in common: we all previously used commercial laser systems in our everyday work. Therefore, we understand how frustrating, demotivating, and expensive it might be to constantly adjust, align, fix, and service your laser. While fighting with the commercial systems, we came up with a technology that is robust and passively stable. This motivated us to share that technology with you so you could focus on your work.

Our team’s first ultrafast laser R&D was started as early as 2003, based on the heritage of the first Polish femtosecond laser, which was built in 1989. Long years of research and hard work have led our team to find a way to make femtosecond lasers exceptionally environmentally stable and immune to shock and vibration. We are devoted to filling the long-standing market gap of truly service-free femtosecond lasers for micromachining.

We are devoted to providing the highest standards of quality and reliability of our products. Client satisfaction is at the very top of the company values, together with the philosophy that a high-quality product should serve a long time without any degradation, with the lifetime extending well over the warranty period.

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Blueback Series

The Blueback series of compact, state-of-the-art, real-time, ultrashort laser pulse characterization devices are designed to provide high-resolution measurements for ultrafast oscillators and amplifiers. With input specifications including 80 fs – 4 ps pulses, 1 kHz – 200 MHz rep. rate, and 1010 nm – 1060 nm wavelength range, it offers unparalleled precision in ultra-short pulse measurements, providing flexibility for a wide range of laser characterization. A high-resolution spectrometer provides detailed spectral information about their pulses, while real-time data acquisition & display help users monitor and adjust processes on the fly.

Halite 2 Series

The Halite 2 series is a compact, single-box, all-fiber femtosecond laser designed to meet the most demanding applications in neuroscience, biophotonics, microscopy, and engineering. With pulses as short as <250 fs (< 100 fs op.), average power over 2 W at 1030 nm, and the option of second harmonic at 515 nm, it is an irreplaceable tool in every lab that needs a reliable, turn-key, ultrafast light source. Thanks to its unique construction and SESAM-free technology, it is a cost-effective solution that provides high pulse energy (over 100 nJ), excellent beam quality, and easy integration.

Harmony Series

The Harmony series is a single-box optical parametric amplifier that converts ultrafast pulses from Ytterbium-based lasers into broadly tunable pulses with wavelengths ranging from 210 nm to > 10 µm. With intuitive, user-friendly PC software, an integrated mini spectrometer enables automatic tuning from 315 to 2600 nm. Designed to operate from a single pulse up to 300kHz rep. rate with pump pulse energy from 30 µJ to 200 µJ, Harmony is compatible with all Ytterbium-based femtosecond lasers, but it works best with the Jasper series: the Jasper X0 & Jasper Flex lasers featuring exceptional beam-pointing stability.

Jasper Series

The Jasper series is a diverse set of high-performance femtosecond fiber lasers providing different solutions based on a standard technology. The series includes the high-power Jasper X0 (200 µJ pulse energy / 60 W average power), the compact Jasper Micro (5 µJ pulse energy / 7 W average power) in a space-saving design, and the Jasper Flex for microprocessing (30 µJ pulse energy). Each model provides a fast warm-up time, long-term stability, and hands-free operation. Whether you need high power, compactness, or specific processing capabilities, the Jasper series has a solution.