The advantages of Laser Fiber are as follows:
- Light folds on a flexible fiber: Light is always above fiber, and fiber allows light to be easily transported to the element in focus. This feature has an important role in cutting, folding and boiling metals or polymers.
- High production power: Fiber lasers are capable of being active for miles, which provides a great deal of optical power.
In addition, these lasers provide continuous output power at kilowatt level from the ratio of fiber to the volume of the surface area, which creates effective cooling.
- High optical quality: The fiber's waveguide reduces or completely removes thermal distortion in the path of light by creating a high-energy optin beam.
- Compact dimensions: Fiber lasers are compared to solid state lasers or gas lasers because fiber lasers have more space covering with folding and bending.
- Reliability: Fiber lasers show high vibration stability, have extended lifespans and do not require maintenance.
- Peak power and nanosecond vibrations add effective processing.
- Additional power and better beam quality provide fast cutting and more shaped cutting.
- It's low-cost.
- Fiber lasers are used to make high-energy surface acoustic wave (SAW) devices.
- Fiber lasers provide lower cost and greater efficiency than used solid state lasers in the past.
In addition, fiber lasers can be defined as machines with fiber echoors. Fiber laser applications are materials processing, communication, spectroscopic, health and energy weapons.