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Dataset for Optical fibres fabricated from 3D printed silica preforms

Dataset for Optical fibres fabricated from 3D printed silica preforms
Dataset for Optical fibres fabricated from 3D printed silica preforms
The increasing demand for novel fiber design has brought major challenges with the current fabrication methods. Additive manufacturing is an innovative fabrication process that has been attracting attention to the optical fiber community. 3D printed porous bodies from commercial silica powder were produced based on selective laser sintering (SLS). Complex structures such as antiresonant fiber (ARF), photonic crystal fiber (PCF) and multicore fiber (MCF) preforms were produced by this method. Additionally, a multi-material fiber with a silica cladding and a GeO2-SiO2 core was fabricated from a 3D printed preform. The optical and physical properties of the fabricated 3D printed structures were reported. This Dataset support paper delivered at the International Society for optics and Photonics.SPIE Photonic West 1-6 Feb. 2020. San Francisco.
3D printing glass, 3D printing, Optical fibre, Selective Laser Sintering, preform
University of Southampton
Camacho Rosales, Angeles
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Sahu, Jayanta
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Nunez Velazquez, Martin Miguel Angel
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Zhao, Xiao
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Camacho Rosales, Angeles
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Sahu, Jayanta
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Nunez Velazquez, Martin Miguel Angel
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Zhao, Xiao
70e12f26-5ece-46cd-a186-3cac70e99a6f

Camacho Rosales, Angeles (2020) Dataset for Optical fibres fabricated from 3D printed silica preforms. University of Southampton doi:10.5258/SOTON/D0964 [Dataset]

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Abstract

The increasing demand for novel fiber design has brought major challenges with the current fabrication methods. Additive manufacturing is an innovative fabrication process that has been attracting attention to the optical fiber community. 3D printed porous bodies from commercial silica powder were produced based on selective laser sintering (SLS). Complex structures such as antiresonant fiber (ARF), photonic crystal fiber (PCF) and multicore fiber (MCF) preforms were produced by this method. Additionally, a multi-material fiber with a silica cladding and a GeO2-SiO2 core was fabricated from a 3D printed preform. The optical and physical properties of the fabricated 3D printed structures were reported. This Dataset support paper delivered at the International Society for optics and Photonics.SPIE Photonic West 1-6 Feb. 2020. San Francisco.

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Published date: 2020
Keywords: 3D printing glass, 3D printing, Optical fibre, Selective Laser Sintering, preform

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Local EPrints ID: 437810
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/437810
PURE UUID: f533f589-c85c-4825-9939-8d1b77a57c47
ORCID for Angeles Camacho Rosales: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-3603-7561
ORCID for Jayanta Sahu: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-3560-6152
ORCID for Martin Miguel Angel Nunez Velazquez: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-0774-3272
ORCID for Xiao Zhao: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-9714-3176

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Date deposited: 18 Feb 2020 17:30
Last modified: 20 Feb 2021 02:37

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Contributors

Research team head: Jayanta Sahu ORCID iD
Contributor: Xiao Zhao ORCID iD

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