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Lenses can be thought of as a series of tiny refracting prisms, each of which refracts light to produce their own image. Therefore, now a day’s laser beam is most preferable tool which is used as a replacement for the conventional scalpel to perform difficult surgeries. The resolution is very low, but adequate for the purpose at hand. Spectra-Physics, through its acquisition of V-Gen in Tel Aviv, manufactures high quality fiber lasers for precision micromachining, marking and LIDAR applications.

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