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IndPhotonics Micromachining Glass Cutting.pdf

IndPhotonics Micromachining Glass Cutting.pdf

…scribe within 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 several…

Industrial Laser Solutions - November/December 2015

Industrial Laser Solutions - November/December 2015

…UV laser price by a factor of nearly five over this period. Marking results 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. Some of the most relevant…

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…

Microsoft Word - LDP-100MQU, LDP-100TQU Specification Sheets & Performance Graphs V6

Microsoft Word - LDP-100MQU, LDP-100TQU Specification Sheets & Performance Graphs V6

Performance Data for the LDP-100MQU & LDP-100TQU 355nm UV Lasers LDP-100MQU Frequency Response for the LDP-100MQU (Multimode) 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 Frequency (kHz) Av.Power(W) 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 Power (W) PW(ns) LDP-100TQU Frequency Response for the…

Microsoft Word - LDP-100MQU, LDP-100TQU Specification Sheets & Performance Graphs V6

Microsoft Word - LDP-100MQU, LDP-100TQU Specification Sheets & Performance Graphs V6

Performance Data for the LDP-100MQU & LDP-100TQU 355nm UV Lasers LDP-100MQU Frequency Response for the LDP-100MQU (Multimode) 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 Frequency (kHz) Av.Power(W) 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 Power (W) PW(ns) LDP-100TQU Frequency Response for the…

Industrial Laser Solutions - November/December 2015

Industrial Laser Solutions - November/December 2015

…UV laser price by a factor of nearly five over this period. Marking results 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. Some of the most relevant…

Industrial Laser Solutions - November/December 2015

Industrial Laser Solutions - November/December 2015

…UV laser price by a factor of nearly five over this period. Marking results 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. Some of the most relevant…

IndPhotonics Micromachining Glass Cutting.pdf

IndPhotonics Micromachining Glass Cutting.pdf

…scribe within 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 several…

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…

Untitled-1

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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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