SIOS Meßtechnik GmbH manufactures laser interferometric and other precision measuring instruments for measuring lengths, angles, vibrations and derived quantities such as mass, force and pressure. They work mainly on the basis of miniaturized laser interferometers. These fiber-optic-coupled linear encoders (made of aluminum, steel or invar) with the enormous resolution of down to 0.1 nm are very stable and accurate due to the use of a frequency-stabilized He-Ne laser as light source and the correction of environmental influences relevant to the wavelength.
Femto Easy SAS
Femto Easy is a company specialized in ultrafast metrology. They have a strong expertise in the production and characterization of high energy ultrashort pulses and we provide robust and reliable measurement devices for ultrafast lasers, already in use in several state of the art laboratories.
The current product-line includes all the useful instruments to characterize and manage ultrafast lasers. Providing innovative devices for temporal measurement (ROC and FROG), spectral measurement (MISS spectrometer) and spatial measurement (BeamPro). They are suitable for a broad wavelength range (from UV to mid-IR) and a large pulse duration range, from 5 fs to 80 ps. The latest addition to their range of products is an innovative and compact frequency converter for harmonic generation directly coupled to your ultrafast laser.
SYMETRIE is one of the world’s leading providers of hexapods, parallel-kinematics systems used for ultraprecise positioning or dynamic motion of objects in six degrees of freedom.
SYMETRIE’s experience and expertise allow us to find and select the most suitable solutions for our customers around the world.
SYMETRIES's design and research office produces high-tech positioning and movement systems. Their expertise, combined with close collaboration with customers throughout the project, enables us to offer solutions adapted to our customers' needs as quickly as possible.
Their systems are designed to meet the most demanding criteria of industrialists and research laboratories.
Standa Ltd. was founded in Vilnius, Lithuania in 1987. Standa has it's own industrial base that includes CNC turning, milling, grinding machines. Standa's design department, while developing standard products presented in Standa's catalogue (such as motorized and manual translation and rotation stages, motion controllers, optical tables, vibration isolation systems, optical mounts and holders, optics, dpss lasers and etc.) also develops the equipment for OEM customers.
Light Conversion UAB
Founded in 1994 in Vilnius, Light Conversion is a privately-owned company with more than 300 employees. Our more than 6500 m2 facility accommodates design, R&D, and production teams so that all key manufacturing processes are managed in-house.
With more than 4500 systems installed worldwide, Light Conversion has established itself as an innovative producer of ultrafast optical devices and the largest manufacturer of femtosecond optical parametric amplifiers (OPAs) and non‑collinear OPAs. In addition to selling our products via a wide range of distributors, we also provide our OEM devices for other major laser manufacturing companies.
Lighthouse Photonics Inc.
Lighthouse Photonics is a pioneer in providing sealed, turn-key, cost-effective, diode-pumped solid-state (DPSS) lasers for scientific research, industrial manufacturing and life sciences. Products include Sprout™ – a high-power, CW DPSS green laser for precision applications including pumping of all types of Ti:Sapphire laser: femtosecond, picosecond and CW.
Quantum Light Instruments
Quantum Light Instruments, Ltd. (QLI) was founded in 2014 by laser scientists and engineers with more than 40 years accumulated experience in lasers and photonics industry and is located in Vilnius, capital city of Lithuania.
They are designing and producing compact, diode-pumped, air-cooled (and water-free!), passively or actively Q-switched, diode-pumped, solid-state lasers and accessories for them (harmonics generators, OPOs, Raman shifters, attenuators, energy monitors, fiber couplers etc.). Quantum Light Instruments are focusing on bringing DPSS laser technology into types of applications that require pulse energy up 200 mJ at relatively low pulse repetition rates (typically in the range of 10-100 Hz).
QLI key innovation is water-free laser crystal cooling technology combined with laser diode end-pumping. Absence of water resulted in single box, compact, user-friendly turnkey laser that requires little maintenance. There are no chillers or bulky power supplies that one needs to fit under the table. The only external module is mains adapter.
Photon Systems Inc.
Since beginning full time operation in June 1999, Photon Systems has focused on the development of two new unique classes of deep ultraviolet (DUV) laser sources as well as analytical and biotechnology sciences instruments enabled by these innovative new laser technologies. The new DUV laser technologies include both hollow cathode and semiconductor devices. The new instrument technologies enabled by these lasers include targeted ultraviolet chemical sensors (TUCS) which include an integrated combination of UV resonance fluorescence and/or resonance Raman sensors, photoluminescence (PL) spectrometers, and UV resonance Raman spectrometers (UVRRS). In addition, Photon Systems has developed methods for employing its DUV laser technologies for use in other instrumental methodologies such as laser induced resonance fluorescence detectors for capillary electrophoresis and liquid chromatography instruments, flow cytometers, and other instrumental methodologies.
ELAS Ltd. is a Lithuanian developer and manufacturer of laser micromachining systems for industrial and scientific applications. Highly customized micromachining workstations include nanosecond, picosecond and femtosecond laser sources combined with advanced beam control to achieve micron-level machining precision and repeatability.
Nanonics Imaging Ltd.
Nanonics Imaging is the most innovative manufacturer of AFM and NSOM systems. Since the invention of NSOM in 1997, Nanonics has developed several novel measurement methods: Cantilever Fiber Probes, dual tip/sample scanning, cryo-NSOM/AFM, Raman/AFM, Multiprobe AFM, SEM/AFM.
Company founder Saulius Mikalauskas has a master’s degree in laser physics and optical technologies and over 20 years working experience in the field of industrial laser and their applications. He has been working as product manager and CEO for other companies manufacturing industrial lasers and laser micromachining workstations before establishing Beagle optics.