Abstract

Helium–neon lasers have been fabricated using methods and materials particularly suited to high-volume in-line production. Pilot-project results suggest that satisfactory life and performance can probably be achieved in production lasers incorporating pressed or ground soft-glass parts, extensive solder-glass seals, and thin-film-metallization cathodes. The new construction methods suggested should lead to other innovative laser products.

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