CeramOptec® can now perform high-precision individually customised end cap fusion splicings. End caps with larger radii in particular can thus be processed with much greater precision than with conventional splicing tools.
With the aid of a laser system, researchers in the Guatemalan jungle have discovered the remains of huge Mayan sites, which enable us to take a fresh look at this lost civilisation. This discovery would not have been possible without the use of the laser system, as the dense vegetation makes it virtually impossible to map the region with any precision.
We report on the SPIE trade fair in San Francisco and the W3+ fair in Wetzlar, where we were represented with our own stand or a stand in cooperation with our distributor, US Fiberoptec.
CeramOptec® was established in 1988, in Bonn, and can thus look back over 30 years of experience and many significant events. In addition to its headquarters in Bonn, a number of branches were established abroad, including one with its own optical fibre drawing towers production facility in Latvia. We are looking forward to this year’s celebrations, which will include an anniversary event focusing on the company’s success. More on that soon!