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Cleaning Mirrors

Ion Lasers

Ion Lasers

…the following, depending on model: CSA/CSA (US)/TUV, or UL/CUL.
* Comprehensive operator guide
* Optics and small parts storage case, and optics cleaning supplies
* Pre-installation documentation, and technical consultation, if necessary
* Comprehensive factory warranty which can be augmented by our…

Microelectronics

Microelectronics

…in a pattern defined by the mask image. With a metal film thickness of 40 nanometers or less, a single laser pulse can perform a complete lift with clean edges and no breaks – even at linewidths of 10 microns or less. The circuits can be fabricated using a reel-to-reel laser station with continuous…

PM-Pro Cleaning Guide Sep2014.pdf

PM-Pro Cleaning Guide Sep2014.pdf

…optical cleaning techniques used with lenses, mirrors, or fibers. Familiarity with other optical cleaning procedures can be beneficial when dealing with the PowerMax-Pro sensors. To start with, it is recommended that any sensor cleaning be done in a relatively clean environment using clean tools to…

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2). Plus, green USP laser processing creates a reduced
amount of microscopic debris that is easily eliminated by
cost-effective cleaning methods.
Why green? Like traditional nanosecond lasers, the
newer USP lasers are available with output in the infrared,
green and…

CMM 10.4.indd

CMM 10.4.indd

…headroom for flexible OLED cutting. Additionally,
the laser must produce a high quality, Gaussian
beam in order to yield a sharp and clean cut,
as well as exhibit industrial-grade stability and
reliability to maintain the expected yield over 24/7
operation.
Practical…

Coherent Optoskand Brochure 10-20-17.pdf

Coherent Optoskand Brochure 10-20-17.pdf


Laser safety is fundamental for all Optoskand incoupling
optics. The integrated electronics monitor fiber breakage,
cabinet doors, mirror positions, etc. The DGUV-certified
safety electronics makes it easier to integrate our
components in industries demanding a high safety…

Coherent Whitepaper 3D Marking.pdf

Coherent Whitepaper 3D Marking.pdf

…requirement is that the marking process not adversely affect surrounding (unmarked) material, and that minimal or no post processing (e.g. cleaning) be required. Laser marking can satisfy all these requirements, typically much more readily than alternative marking methods, such as ink printing.…

00 E-1000 PreInst.book

00 E-1000 PreInst.book

…specifications: wavelength, beam diameter, power
density, divergence, output beam height (with respect to base-plate
or mounting ball), mirror cooling, etc.
Shutter If the laser is equipped with the optional internal shutter assembly, a
red (visible) aiming laser is provided…

00 E-400 E-1000 Series Preinstall.book

00 E-400 E-1000 Series Preinstall.book

…specifications: wavelength, beam diameter, power
density, divergence, output beam height (with respect to base-plate
or mounting ball), mirror cooling, etc.
Shutter If the laser is equipped with the optional internal shutter assembly, a
red (visible) aiming laser is provided…

UCLD Catalog.book

UCLD Catalog.book

…paths; demonstration of alignment optimization; system optimization; software
control and instructions; maintenance procedures; optics cleaning; SDG timing; diode calibration; turn on/off
procedures; discussion of available/typical diagnostics; troubleshooting scenarios.

Laser Focus World - September 2015

Laser Focus World - September 2015

…senior applications engineer at Coherent, who used
the LaserCam-HR at a previous company. "It's one thing to shoot a laser at
some turn mirrors, a beam expander, and
then a focusing lens. What actually happens to the laser beam when transitioning
through those additional optics?"…

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