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New Joining Technologies for High Stable and Smart Optical Systems

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The presentation gives an overview about joining technologies for next generation optics. New concepts for polymer-free, precise and cost efficient manufacturing and assembly processes of modern optical sub-systems are illustrated by applying laser soldering, CO2 laser splicing and plasma activated direct bonding.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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