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COHR MonacoSmartCleave DS 0318 4.pdf

COHR MonacoSmartCleave DS 0318 4.pdf

…µJ/pulse for cutting 0.1 mm to >2 mm thick materials · >150 kHz seeder burst mode to enable >1 m/s cutting speeds · Femtosecond performance for filament and ablative cutting in a single laser · Femtosecond operation to yield low HAZ in complex, layered materials · Variable pulsewidth from 10 ps for…

Microsoft Word - COHR whitepaper whitedwarfmonaco 5 21 2018

Microsoft Word - COHR whitepaper whitedwarfmonaco 5 21 2018

…21, 2018
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dielectric crystal (WLG crystal) by a well-known filamentation and self-focusing mechanism. By
optimizing the beam diameter and crystal length, this white light generation (WLG) process is
entirely…

Laser Focus World - June 2018

Laser Focus World - June 2018

…images were obtained using two excitation lasers combined in the Coherent Galaxy laser combiner; as part of research on the binding of actin filaments, the red signal is from Cy5-labeled Tm1A (protein) fluorescence excited at 640 nm, and the green signal is due to Alexa488 labeled actin excited…

Photonics Spectra - March 2018

Photonics Spectra - March 2018

…combination used in
OLED substrates. Filamentation cutting
is an effective technique for cutting glass
display substrates. This utilizes the high
peak intensity created by a focused ultrafast laser to generate a stable, self-maintaining filament that extends over several

Bio Photonics - September 2015

Bio Photonics - September 2015

…image sequences then may reveal, for
example, whether the proteins are interspersed at different sites on the filament,
or whether the second protein promotes
filament growth or branching from a new
site. Or, it may reveal that the second protein competitively displaces the…

Ahead the New Glass Cutting COHR Rofin Whitepaper.pdf

Ahead the New Glass Cutting COHR Rofin Whitepaper.pdf

…to repeat periodically and form a stable
filament which extends over several millimeters in length within an optically transparent material. The
typical filament diameter is in the range of 0.5 µm to 1 m.
Figure 5. Laser filamentation creates a series of parallel voids in 0.5 mm thick…

Coherent-new-lasers-improve-glass-cutting-methods wp.pdf

Coherent-new-lasers-improve-glass-cutting-methods wp.pdf

…geometry.
Figure 2. A relative movement between laser beam and work piece creates a line or curtain of filaments with 3 µm to 7
µm spacing between the filaments. The filaments weaken the material and enable a clean separation.
With chemically or thermally strengthened glass, internal…

Industrial Photonics - October 2014

Industrial Photonics - October 2014

…recently, a new laser-based micromachining
method, referred to as filament cutting, has been demonstrated. Originally pioneered by Dr. Peter Herman and
Dr. Abbas Hosseini of the University of Toronto, filament
cutting has been commercialized by systems builders
such as Innolas…

CaseStudy TIRF MullinsLab UCSF.pdf

CaseStudy TIRF MullinsLab UCSF.pdf

…biochemical interactions that control the stability and function of actin filaments. TIRF - Single Filament Studies The Mullins laboratory is widely recognized as a leader in studying actin filaments. These protein filaments are fundamental to many processes in virtually every eukaryotic cell; they…

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

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

…focusing/defocusing effect can be balanced to
repeat periodically and form a stable filament
that extends over several millimeters in depth
within an optically transparent material. The
typical filament diameter is in the range of 0.5
µm to 1 m. An example appears in Fig. 5.…

LIT BioPhotonics OBIS-GALAXY TIRF-Microscopy 0915.pdf

LIT BioPhotonics OBIS-GALAXY TIRF-Microscopy 0915.pdf

…image sequences then may reveal, for
example, whether the proteins are interspersed at different sites on the filament,
or whether the second protein promotes
filament growth or branching from a new
site. Or, it may reveal that the second protein competitively displaces the…

COHR AILU CO Lasers 08-18.pdf

COHR AILU CO Lasers 08-18.pdf

…in conjunction with filamentation cutting techniques, such as Coherent's SmartCleave [1]. Filamentation relies on an ultra-short pulse laser to create a very high intensity, self-focusing beam within the glass. This ablates material along a thin (~1 µm) line, or filament, through the entire…