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Effects of 3D Printed Preform Annealing on Structural and Optical Properties of Fibers

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Additive manufacturing of fiber preforms enables greater flexibility on fiber cross-sectional geometry. We compare the optical properties and geometry preservation of fibers drawn from 3D-printed preforms both annealed and non-annealed before the draw process.

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