Lucas Mays

Lucas Mays is an Applications Engineer for field fusion splicers and accessories at AFL. He has previous optics industry experience both in the field as a splicer/installer and as an engineer working in R&D and product development. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Physics from the University of Louisville where he focused in optical sciences, driving his enthusiasm for his work at AFL.

  • Reflections from the 2019 BICSI Fall Conference

    Reflections from the 2019 BICSI Fall Conference

    AFL application engineer, Lucas Mays, reflections on his experience at the Fall 2019 BICSO conference while also winning an innovation award.

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  • Splicer Alignment Technologies - The Technical and Data-Driven Differentiators

    Splicer Alignment Technologies - The Technical and Data-Driven Differentiators

    This white paper aims to educate the industry on the different splicer technologies, using technical and data differentiators as opposed to marketing verbiage.

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  • Blog: Splice Loss Estimation with the Fujikura 41S Fusion Splicer

    Blog: Splice Loss Estimation with the Fujikura 41S Fusion Splicer

    A blog focusing on the Fujikura 41S fusion splicer and its loss estimation advantage compared to other cladding alignment splicers.

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  • White Paper: Splice Loss Estimation with the Fujikura 41S Fusion Splicer

    White Paper: Splice Loss Estimation with the Fujikura 41S Fusion Splicer

    This white paper will introduce the larger categories of splice loss estimation methods and applications to better explain in context how the Fujikura's 41S splicer estimation technique performs.

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  • Bluetooth Splicing Cost Study

    Bluetooth Splicing Cost Study

    Cost study: Compared to a traditional splicer-cleaver combination, a Bluetooth-enabled splicer/cleaver combination produce a 76% cost of ownership reduction and weeks of time reclaimed.

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  • Splicing 200µm Ribbon – Getting Started on the Right Foot

    Splicing 200µm Ribbon – Getting Started on the Right Foot

    AFL Application Engineer Lucas Mays explains the challenges and options available when splicing 200µm fibers.

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