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Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…applications, 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 pulsed laser…

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…cleaner results than a 200-m-diameter hole drilled using a nanosecond laser (right). Figure 4. A microfluidic channel machined in FEP using a 355-nm picosecond laser. In contrast, current tools cannot achieve the micron-level precision requirements of microfluidic devices. For example, mechanical…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…applications, 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 pulsed laser…

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…cleaner results than a 200-m-diameter hole drilled using a nanosecond laser (right). Figure 4. A microfluidic channel machined in FEP using a 355-nm picosecond laser. In contrast, current tools cannot achieve the micron-level precision requirements of microfluidic devices. For example, mechanical…

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…cleaner results than a 200-m-diameter hole drilled using a nanosecond laser (right). Figure 4. A microfluidic channel machined in FEP using a 355-nm picosecond laser. In contrast, current tools cannot achieve the micron-level precision requirements of microfluidic devices. For example, mechanical…

Information Display Magazine September/October 2017, Vol. 33, No. 5 issue

Information Display Magazine September/October 2017, Vol. 33, No. 5 issue

…edge quality, which directly translates into bend strength. 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 this so-called…

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