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High Speed Illumination

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

…automation, miniaturization, and high speed. Array plates have gotten denser over the year and today can total as many as 1,536 separate wells, so imaging speed is of paramount importance in order to view all these wells at high resolution on a practical timescale. High performance array readers are…

Materials Processing & Industrial Applications

Materials Processing & Industrial Applications

--> Non-Metal Cutting - Cut organics and plastics including wood, acrylic and leather at high processing speeds. Organics and plastic materials can be cut with lasers at high processing speeds with exceptional edge quality. Non-metals such as plastics, fabrics, paper/cardboard, wood or leather are…

Microelectronics

Microelectronics

high power excimer lasers delivers tangible benefits in all three areas. This direct patterning process takes advantage of the extremely high pulse energy of the LAMBDA SX laser. This is an industrial-grade excimer laser which can deliver 1050 mJ at 308 nm, at a repetition rate of 300 Hz. The high

3D Vision Options Drive Machine Vision Growth - Vision Online

3D Vision Options Drive Machine Vision Growth - Vision Online

…from checking the alignment of automobile doors against the body, to confirming pills going into a package by both shape and color. Low Cost, High Speed 3D The human brain guides us through a 3D world based on slight differences in what each eye sees. However, using two cameras to mimic this…

Microsoft Word - inspect-online - A Flexible Approach - 2016-02-02

Microsoft Word - inspect-online - A Flexible Approach - 2016-02-02

…is the single straight line
projection geometry. Here, simple optics fan out the laser beam so that it forms a straight line of
illumination on the part. When viewed by a camera from an angle different from the projector, the line is
distorted by the surface of the part - see…

CMM 11.5.indd

CMM 11.5.indd

…the fluence
needed to decompose the GaN for
LLO sapphire removal. This means
that large beam dimensions and
thus very high process speeds can
be achieved. In fact, employing
excimer laser beams that offer a
processing field size of many square
millimetres…

Forensic Lasers Meet Unique Challenges in Military Applications in Afghanistan and Stateside

Forensic Lasers Meet Unique Challenges in Military Applications in Afghanistan and Stateside

…the illumination wavelength but
passes most of the fluorescent light. Many organic materials including lipids and proteins exhibit weak natural
fluorescence, called inherent fluorescence, sometimes enabling direct detection using a laser or other light
source. But, while high ambient…

Excimer laser technology trends

Excimer laser technology trends

…electrode materials,
gas flow optimization by new fan designs providing gas
circulations speeds of up to 50 m s-1 and electrostatic dust filter
designs have culminated in stable high power tube operation
times over 6-10 billion pulses.
3.2. Capitalizing on pulse energy

Bio Optics World - January/February 2015

Bio Optics World - January/February 2015

…proven and also the
most versatile way of sampling wet chemistry and biochemistry in real time, with
unmatched spatial resolution and high
(even single-molecule) sensitivity.
The goals of most third-generation
methods are lower costs and even faster
overall throughput.…

LIT Lasers-LED NO1-Spatial-Brightness 1014.pdf

LIT Lasers-LED NO1-Spatial-Brightness 1014.pdf

…This minimizes the real cost per watt of using a laser source, reduces optical complexity, maximizes signal to noise, and increases instrument speed. Light Sources for Bioinstrumentation In any instrument based on the detection of fluorescence and/or light scatter, the key to successful operation…

Bio Photonics - July/August 2017

Bio Photonics - July/August 2017

…new instruments and
speeds their time to market.
Tesfai: Confocal remains the workhorse
for fixed slice tissue imaging and for live
cell imaging of samples up to 100 µm
thick. It will be partially supplanted by
structured illumination imaging, but will
remain…

LIT Lasers-LED NO3-Cost-Issues 1114.pdf

LIT Lasers-LED NO3-Cost-Issues 1114.pdf

…527-3786 I (408) 764-4983 1 White Paper Lasers versus LEDs for Bio-Instrumentation Laser Advantage Note No. 3 - Practical Cost Issues A laser offers high unit to unit consistency, and predictable performance parameters tailored to specific bio-instrumentation applications. In contrast, the LED is a…