but their relatively high cost and the need for specialty beam delivery optics causes many potential applications to rely instead on 355-nm lasers optimized
for short pulse duration, which can produce similar results in many materials.
Excimers represent another important…
…highest reliability, highest power, and lowest cost of ownership
* Rugged industrial platform designed and manufactured using HALT/HASS protocols
* 355nm and 532nm version share similar dims and electrical interface
* Can be integrated into customer tools with minimal changes A common footprint…
AVIA LX AVIA LX 355-20 diode-pumped, solid-state, Q-switched laser offers 20W @ 355nm at a game-changing price point. The AVIA LX closes the gap between the MATRIX series and the AVIA NX series of diode-pumped ns UV lasers for material processing. It shares the genes for best performance in highly…
…Avia NX, Flare NX, Helios (the
regular "HD" models are not appropriate for these short pulsed, high energy lasers).
2 Contact Coherent for 355nm usage guidelines.
3 Water flow rate for water-cooled sensors must be >0.5 GPM (>2 LPM).
4 For pulses shorter than 1 µsec, use the…
…by a factor of nearly five over
The Coherent applications laboratory
(Luebeck, Germany) has used a 355nm
DPSS laser (MATRIX 355) to mark several
different materials that are representative of those used in medical applications.
…the material. Again, the
individual chips are then singulated mechanically, 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…
…directly translates into
Nanosecond pulse-width lasers, operating
in either the green (532-nm) or ultraviolet
(355-nm) bands, usually enter through the top
of the transparent substrate and are focused
bottom surface to top surface, sequentially. In
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