Micro-optics plays a pivotal role in our modern world, driving progress in consumer electronics, automotive lighting, and the advancement of autonomous vehicles. As demand surges across various sectors, innovative fabrication methods, some borrowed from the microchip industry, are revolutionizing production by making it faster and more cost-effective.
One of the driving forces behind the growth of the micro-optics market has been the emergence of new light sources in the past 25 years and beyond. These encompass excimer lasers for photolithography, high-power laser bars for industrial manufacturing, laser diodes for fiber optic communications, as well as VCSELs and LEDs.
This article highlights the capabilities of the PHABULOuS Pilot Line and spotlights one of our consortium partners, SUSS MicroOptics.