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355 Nm Laser

OBIS LG Ultraviolet Laser

OBIS LG Ultraviolet Laser

…high-power 355 nm laser performance in the smallest form factor. Datasheet OBIS LG Drawing OBIS LG Head High-Power 355 nm Ultraviolet Laser - OBIS LG is the next generation of high-power 355 nm laser technology featuring true plug-and-play simplicity. Its compact design minimizes the laser footprint…

Genesis CX-SLM

Genesis CX-SLM

Laser Head Drawing Genesis Power Supply High Current Applications Application Process Material Holography Scientific Choose an Application Cell Research 3D Contour Mapping 3D Contour Mapping ABS --> Genesis CX SLM Base Specifications - Wavelength Power (mW) Genesis CX 355-40/60/80/100 SLM 355 nm

HYPER RAPID

HYPER RAPID

HYPER RAPID Family of picosecond lasers with 50W, and 100W at 1064 nm and 1000 kHz. Contact Us About This Product Close PRICE HERE High Power Industrial Picosecond Laser The HYPER RAPID family of high power industrial picosecond lasers are the higher power versions of the transient-amplifier…

Picosecond laser

Picosecond laser

…shipping containers. Laser head The laser head consists of a l Seeder comprising of a mode-locked oscillator and a pulsepicker l Amplifier l Attenuator l Modulator l Optional: a second (SHG, 532 nm) or third harmonic (THG, 355 nm) generator l Safety shutter. The laser beam polarisation is defined…

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…META 4C laser cutter has excellent accuracy and repeatability. Simple user interface and job loading software simplifies work set up and increases productivity. Data Sheet META 4C AVIA NX AVIA NX 4th generation diode-pumped, solid-state, Q-switched lasers are offered at 532 nm and 355 nm with output…

Continuous Wave (CW) Solid-State Lasers

Continuous Wave (CW) Solid-State Lasers

…458 nm to 594 nm and ultra-narrow linewidth versions. StingRay and BioRay Lasers - High-quality elliptical dot lasers or flat-top line generators. Genesis Lasers - Continuous wave lasers available from 355 nm to 1154 nm with powers up to 10W. Verdi Lasers - Powers up to 20W at 532 nm. CUBE Lasers -…

MATRIX QS DPSS Lasers

MATRIX QS DPSS Lasers

…Disk Indent card LCD Medical Device Plastic Memory Photopolymer ITO layers Quartz Resistor --> Features & Benefits Power Wavelength 355 nm 532 nm 1064 nm 1 Watt M1; MATRIX 355-YAG MATRIX1064-LP 2 Watt MATRIX 355-1-60/BE; MATRIX 355-1,5-70 8 Watt MATRIX 355-5-50; MATRIX 355-8-50 MATRIX 532-7-30;…

PaladinAdvanced355 DS

PaladinAdvanced355 DS

…Length 5m (16.4 ft.) Weights Laser Head 50 kg (110 lbs.) Power Supply 30 kg (66 lbs.) Chiller 38 kg + 3 liters coolant (84 lb. + 0.7 gal.) Utility and Environmental Requirements PaladinTM Advanced 532 Mode Locked Laser 1 Fixed power. 2 Relative to laser mount. 3 Head temperature is stabilized…

Industrial Picosecond

Industrial Picosecond

…Rapid and HyperRapid industrial picosecond lasers are ideal for a wide variety of micro-materials and macro-materials processing applications. Output powers range from 2W to 100W and wavelength options are available from 355 nm to 1064 nm. Contact Us About This Product Close All Industrial…

Paladin

Paladin

lasers are ideal for a wide variety of scientific and industrial applications. Output power from 2W to 24W at 355 nm or 532 nm. The Paladin family consists of three unique quasi-CW medium-power and high-power UV lasers, delivering the widest range of power from 2W to 24W.
* Paladin Advanced 355
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Nanosecond Lasers

Nanosecond Lasers

…Nanosecond lasers producing time-bandwidth limited pulses at rep rates of 5 kHz and higher.
* AVIA NX 4th generation diode-pumped, solid-state, Q-switched lasers are offered at 532 nm and 355 nm with output powers as high as 65W Contact Us About This Product Close All Nanosecond Lasers Products AVIA…

Microelectronics

Microelectronics

…processing with 193 nm and 248 nm excimer lasers enable vertical LED structures with increased light extraction efficiency. Laser-based sapphire scribing, as well as wafer or substrate dicing with diode-pumped solid-state lasers at 266 nm and 355 nm or picosecond lasers, further reduce production…

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