Laser Technologies

  • K.V. Frolov
  • A.K. Skvorchevsky


Industrial application of lasers, particularly in machine-building and in precise instrument- making industry, is constantly expanding due to unique power – and physical and mechanical properties of optical quantum generators and technological processes on their basis [1].


Honeycomb Structure Optical Resonator Laser Equipment Active Branch Vibration Platform 
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  • K.V. Frolov
  • A.K. Skvorchevsky

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