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355 Nm Picosecond

HyperRapid NX/NXT - Industrial Picosecond Laser

HyperRapid NX/NXT - Industrial Picosecond Laser

…state-of-the-art pulse control and synchronization features. Pulses can be triggered on-demand with low jitter ( Features & Benefits
* 1064 nm, 532 nm or 355 nm
* High power and burst mode for high throughput at significantly reduced TCO
* High energy at high repetition rates up to 1 MHz
* Time…

Picosecond laser

Picosecond laser

…information refer to www.-
coherent.com. The optical wavelength of the laser output is
1064 nm (IR, infrared). An additional frequency conversion to
532 nm (SHG, green) and 355 nm (THG, UV) is optionally
possible. The output for IR, SHG and THG are spatially separated and…

HYPER RAPID Lasers

HYPER RAPID Lasers

…HYPER RAPID The family of HyperRapid picosecond lasers offers performance at 50 W and 100 W 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 is the higher power version of…

Industrial Picosecond

Industrial Picosecond

…Industrial Picosecond Coherent’s 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. All Industrial Picosecond

250 kHz Ultrafast Amplifiers

250 kHz Ultrafast Amplifiers

…rates from 10 Hz to 1 kHz. Picosecond Lasers Picosecond Lasers This family of industrial picosecond lasers provide wavelengths up to 1064 nm, repetition rates up to 80 MHz, and pulse energy up to 200 µJ. Precision processing applications for these picosecond laser products include cutting,…

COHR HRNX 355-30 HRR DS 0918 5.pdf

COHR HRNX 355-30 HRR DS 0918 5.pdf

…the other models of the HyperRapid NX line-up, making its integration absolutely seamless. FEATURES & BENEFITS · Single wavelength output: 355 nm · Unique combination of power and high repetition rate to improve both throughput and quality for sensitive material processing applications ·…

COHR HyperRapid100 355-SW DS 0716 6.pdf

COHR HyperRapid100 355-SW DS 0716 6.pdf

…100 355-SW is a powerful industrial grade picosecond laser tailored for process development or small series production environment requiring the highest level of flexibility. It features 3 distinct wavelength outputs (1064 nm, 532 nm, 355 nm) with output powers up to 90W.You can automatically…

IndustrialUltrafast Whitepaper.pdf

IndustrialUltrafast Whitepaper.pdf

…silicon substrate
using a single, 355 nm, ultrafast laser pulse. No molten
silicon or subsurface damage is visible, and no postprocess cleaning is therefore required.
Figure 6: Removal of a SiO2
from silicon using 355 nm
picosecond pulses at an optimum fluence of ~0.11…

COHR HyperRapidNXT DS 0619 3.pdf

COHR HyperRapidNXT DS 0619 3.pdf

…support to match the most demanding uptime and cost-of-ownership requirements. FEATURES & BENEFITS · Single wavelength output: 1064 nm, 532 nm, or 355 nm · Unique combination of power and operational flexibility delivers significantly reduced cost-per-part for micromachining applications ·…

COHR HyperRapidNX DS 0618 1.pdf

COHR HyperRapidNX DS 0618 1.pdf

…options to match the most demanding uptime and cost-of-ownership requirements. FEATURES & BENEFITS · Single wavelength output: 1064 nm, 532 nm, or 355 nm · Unique combination of power and operational flexibility to reduce cost-per-part for micromachining applications · SmartPulseTM for total…

IndPhotonics Micromachining Glass Cutting.pdf

IndPhotonics Micromachining Glass Cutting.pdf

…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
much smaller heat-affected zone than
the nanosecond laser," Zhao…

CMM 8.2.indd

CMM 8.2.indd

…its wavelength. Thus, it's
generally easier to produce smaller features
(below 50 µm) with green (typically 532 nm) or
ultraviolet (typically 355 nm or 266 nm) lasers
than with longer wavelength near or midinfrared lasers.
Second, shorter wavelengths are absorbed
more…