CUSTOM GaN LASER DIODES
BluGlass offers custom GaN laser diodes for industrial, display, lighting, scientific, and biotech markets. We provide bespoke solutions for customers with wavelengths from 405nm-525nm in single and multi-modes.
Our experienced team is based out of state-of-the-art facilities in Sydney, Australia and Nashua, USA.
If you are looking for a cost-effective partner to help you develop, fabricate or custom manufacture GaN Laser Diodes, BluGlass has the expertise to help bring your next innovation to life.
BluGlass Laser Diode Product Offerings:
Single emitters and laser diode bars
PHOTONICS WEST PAPER
The Laser Diode market demands high-brightness, high-efficiency GaN laser diodes, for a wide variety of end-use customers, in multiple applications, including industrial cutting/welding, laser displays and automotive lighting.
Technology advantages to improve LD performance and efficiency while reducing costs will be required for this next phase of market growth and GaN LD technology adoption.
There exist many unmet needs for custom LD development within select low-volume yet high value applications - and BluGlass' LD program aims to address these needs.
BluGlass' unique RPCVD and Active-As-Grown (AAG) epitaxial growth technology enable a new Tunnel Junction-integrated GaN laser diode.
This new design and associated manufacturing technology exploits our existing, patented RPCVD process and is expected to enable higher-brightness, higher-efficiency laser diodes to be produced with lower manufacturing costs at commercial scale at BluGlass' state-of-the-art Silverwater manufacturing facility in NSW, Australia.
BluGlass presents a new paper titled ‘InAlGaN based ridge-guide laser diodes using remote plasma chemical vapour deposition for enhanced performance’, highlighting the benefits of RPCVD technology for the manufacture of both traditional and novel laser diode structures.
The paper features the Company’s latest MOCVD laser diode development results and progress on the development of enhanced laser diode structures utilising RPCVD.