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PAPAPOI

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I assumed it was a short Ti: Sapphire single crystal rod. Most likely this is part of a femtosecond laser.
 

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It does appear to be Ti:Sapphire, based on the cut and appearance of that crystal.
However the optical layout is different to what I've seen before. Especially that prism triplet.
 

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Thank you for your responses. This is definitely not a ruby laser
 

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Thank you for your responses. This is definitely not a ruby laser
 

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it's a mystery to me. On the body only the inscription TITAN. More information is not available and can not find in the public domain.
 

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Well I have come across a controller for a Titan Ti:Sapphire laser.
So this is promising.
I'll see if I can dig up more.

Edit: I've come across a now non-existant PDF of a Titan DQ-100FS Ti:Sapphire Amplifier.
I can't say you have this model, but I can be sure of the fact that you have something along these lines.
The 100FS part of the model refers to 100 femtoseconds (fs).
 
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For me, this device is a mystery. I have only speculations.
on the body of the inscription TITAN.
no labeling.
serial number 11.
that's all what I know
 
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I'm afraid its going to remain a mystery. What I posted above is all I could find.
The PDF doesn't load anymore so can't look further into it.
 

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That is a nice laser. Shame there is no more info on it.
What I can determine for you is that this is a Ti:Sapphire laser and is most likely a high gain femtosecond amplifier.
What I can't tell you is the model.
 

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Mode locking allows these to have very short, femtosecond, pulses.
 

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If you ever want to put a price on it, let me know. I’m certain it is not a ruby laser, just had to say it again too.
 




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