What is the Best Fusion Splicer?
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Posted Sunday, November 06, 2016 10:14 PM
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Does anyone have an opinion on which fusion splicing machines are considered the best these days? I haven't seen any good Chinese models yet but INNO is manufactured in Korea.

Then there is the Japanese models, Fujikura, Sumitomo and Fitel what they are still overpriced I feel.

Was the general feeling on the best fusion splicer on the market? I'm referring primarily to core alignment but interested in opinions on the groove and ribbon fiber splicers.
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Posted Saturday, June 09, 2018 6:17 AM
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India's No1 Sumitomo splicing machine in the market. Candid Optronix is authorized sole distributor of Sumitomo Electric Group. Choose the better option the best Sumitomo fusion splicers are ribbon fusion splicer, core to core alignment-type z1c, clad to clad alignment-type 82c & many more.

Candid Optronix is trusted by the CATV Manufacturing & Trading Company in India. We have authorized distributor of Sumitomo, Deviser & EXFO.
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