FEMTO30 product will be at World of Photonics China 2018 ! 

The femtosecond industrial laser FEMTO30 will be presented on the booth of ETSC, the Fibercryst distributor in China. The product manager of Fibercryst will be there to answer all your questions.

Contact us to take an appointment and visit us at the show, booth number W4.4222 !

PhD Thesis award for Fibercryst laser Engineer 

Fabien Lesparre, PhD. and Laser engineer at Fibercryst, was granted an award by the Paris XI University (EDOM PhD service) for his PhD. work on ultrashort laser amplifiers.


Successful end of project - ECLAIR 

The ANR / DGA project ASTRID ended on the 31 of July. This project was a collaboration with the partners LOMA (Bordeaux, France) and ONERA (Toulouse, France),

During this project, Fibercryst successfully delivered a prototype of sub-ns 10 mJ laser for aeronautical applications. 



New product release ! 

Fibercryst is proud to present the FEMTO30 laser. This new version of the FEMTO series delivers above 30 W average power at 1 MHz and more then 160 µJ at 100 kHz.

Thanks to its reliability and flexibility, this is the ideal tool for a large range of micromachining applications.


Fibercryst will exhibit at the Laser WOP show in Munich.

Our booth number will be B3-126. Come and visit us !

We will present our new femtosecond laser product and the Taranis gain modules.


Visit Fibercryst at the Photonics West 2017 exhibition #4134  

Welcome to our booth #4134 Hall North from January 31st to February 2nd.  

Fibercryst will display the Taranis gain modules, the Taranis amplifier and the Femto. Our technical experts will be available to discuss your specific needs.

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320MW peak power from a 6ps pulse using SCF Taranis technology. 

The work was performed as part of the EU funded Razipol project by researchers from Fibercryst, Laboratoire Charles Fabry, Institut d’Optique Graduate School, CNRS, Université Paris-Saclay and Lumentum.


A two-stage master-oscillator power-amplifier (MOPA) system based on Yb:YAG single-crystal-fiber (SCF) technology and designed for high peak power is studied to significantly increase the pulse energy of a low-power picosecond laser. The first SCF amplifier has been designed for high gain. Using a gain medium optimized in terms of doping concen- tration and length, an optical gain of 32 dB has been dem- onstrated. The second amplifier stage designed for high energy using the divided pulse technique allows us to gen- erate a recombined output pulse energy of 2 mJ at 12.5 kHz with a pulse duration of 6 ps corresponding to a peak power of 320 MW. Average powers ranging from 25 to 55 W with repetition rates varying from 12.5 to 500 kHz have been demonstrated.  


Laser HEGOA (from EOLITE Company) amplified with a Taranis laser gain module provides 28 MW peak power and 100W average  

Non CPA amplification of 27 ps pulses in an Yb:YAG single-crystal fiber Taranis module is demonstrated with a record 28 MW peak power and 100 W average power with very good beam quality. No damage on coating and nonlinear effect have been observed. The association of fiber amplifiers and Yb:YAG single-crystal fiber booster leads to a very exciting combination of both high average power (100 W) and high energy (up to 700 μJ) picosecond pulses with a tunability from kHz to multi MHz repetition rates and a perfect beam quality.

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695 femtosecond pulses of 3 milliJoule (i.e 3.7GW peak power) has been demonstrated by 3 german labs using Taranis modul 

Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Helmholtz-Institute Jena and Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering used coherent beam combination of two Yb:YAG TARANIS amplifiers; the combining efficiency is 94% and the M² is measured below 1.2. Read more ... OPTICS LETTERS / Vol. 39, No. 11 / June 1, 2014, page 3278 – 3281


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