…Green lasers Dimensions SM-1000 µm Lengths 5-200 m Numerical aperture 0.20 Max. power (CW) 120 kW (@1030-1090nm), 10 kW (@780-1100nm) Peak power (@1064nm) 10 kW (10 ms pulse length) 50 kW (1 ms pulse length) 1 MW (50 ns pulse length) Fiber losses < 3%, (typically 1%) Power loss capability (in the…
…SM-1000 µm Lengths 5-200 m Numerical aperture 0.20 Max. power (CW) 1.5 kW (without external cooler) 3.0 kW (with external cooler) Peak power (@1064nm) 10 kW (10 ms pulse length) 50 kW (1 ms pulse length) 1 MW (50 ns pulse length) Fiber losses < 3%, (typically 1%) Power loss capability (in the…
…inside the seed laser, where the NPRO crystal is operated at an optimum power
The MOPA provides power amplification up to 55W at 1064nm with uncompromised stability of
the standard Mephisto in a factory integrated single box solution. As a result, similar ultra-narrow
…Parameter Product is achieved with a diffraction-limited Gaussian beam; it is /. For example, the
minimum Beam Parameter Product of a 1064nm (Nd:YAG) beam is about 0,339 mm mrad.]
The real-time measurement of the beam quality factor of a laser requires specially designed instrumentation…
1064-nm light from a Mephisto oscillator. The Barker team calls this approach
"cavity optomechanics," where the highfinesse cavity is tuned so that blue-shifted
scattered light escapes, but red-shifted
light does not. Repeated scattering of the
…typically by tape expansion.
"Previously, we employed a 355-nm
nanosecond laser for laser grooving, but
now we've switched to a 1064-nm picosecond laser and perform stealth dicing. This has delivered several benefits.
First, the picosecond laser produces a
…Hosseini of the University of Toronto, filament
cutting has been commercialized by systems builders
such as Innolas Systems using a 1064-nm laser with a
pulse width of 15 ps.
With this technique, a tightly focused laser creates
a "filament" within the material. Specifically,…
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