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March 1, 2018, Stirling, NJ—Fiberguide has announced it will attend this year’s Laser World of Photonics China, which runs from March 14 to 16 in the Shanghai New International Expo Center. Laser World of Photonics China presents innovative products in the industry, as well as solutions and applications in development around the world. The 2017 event numbers were record-breaking—929 exhibitors from 25 different countries hosted 53,723 visitors. High numbers are anticipated again in 2018.
Two entities, Laser World China and Laser World India, have collaborated to develop this global trade fair network. Representing critical marketplaces and think tanks for the global laser and photonics industry and its users, the network combines innovations and trends with country specific main themes.
Fiberguide will be showcasing their laser and optoelectronics products, including the RARe Motheye Fiber and Array, in Hall W2 Booth #2105. The company’s patented RARe Motheye Fiber utilizes a proprietary process that creates fiber optic cables with anti-reflective properties. These cables feature a long wavelength range, durability, and high damage thresholds. In addition, Fiberguide will demonstrate their two-dimensional arrays. These tight tolerance arrays range from a few fibers to thousands of fibers to fit various applications. Optical Arrays are used in optical switching and in sensing applications where spatial optical data is necessary, such as DNA sequencing, astronomy, and nuclear research.
Xialong Tian (GM of China Operations) will be in attendance as well, representing Fiberguide’s facility in Shanghai. This is a great opportunity for executives like Xialong to network with global photonics industry leaders and showcase Fiberguide’s innovative talents and products.
Fiberguide specializes in high temperature optical fiber, multimode fiber, fiber optic supplies for optical fiber applications, telecommunications, and more. Fiberguide’s manufacturing footprint includes a fiber draw facility in Stirling, NJ, a machining and assembly facility in Caldwell, ID, and an assembly facility in Shanghai, China. Combined, these facilities are over 50,000 square feet, and they allow Fiberguide to achieve its goal of cost-efficient vertical integration as it builds products in the home markets of its customers. Additional information is available on their website.
Author: Kevin Rauscher