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Coherent

Coherent

…cause us
significant expense.''
SEGMENT INFORMATION
We are organized into two operating segments: Specialty Lasers and Systems (``SLS'') and
Commercial Lasers and Components (``CLC''). This segmentation reflects the go-to-market strategies
for various products and markets.…

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…peripherals marked with this symbol.
The purpose of this directive is to minimize the disposal of WEEE as unsorted
municipal waste and to facilitate its separate collection.
Do not dispose of these products as unsorted municipal waste. Contact your local
distributor for…

34706a cover.indd

34706a cover.indd

…transaction costs. Raydiance manufactured complete tools and lasers for
ultrafast processing systems and subsystems in the precision micromachining processing market. The
Raydiance assets have been included in our Specialty Lasers and Systems segment.
In July 2015, we acquired the…

an rep 2018 workfile 02

an rep 2018 workfile 02

· the education of potential end-user customers about the benefits of lasers and laser systems; and
· our ability to accurately predict and develop our products to meet industry standards.
We cannot assure you that our expenditures for research and development will result in the

Europhotonics - Spring 2016

Europhotonics - Spring 2016

…the cost of femtosecond
lasers, combined with levels of production throughput, high uptime and reduced
cost of ownership, widespread adoption
will be seen in many areas of medical
manufacturing.
Molds, microfluidics and medical
disposables
Many medical devices such…

CMM 9.3.indd

CMM 9.3.indd

…not make a very permanent mark and is mainly used
with implants and disposables to mark the sterile
sealed packaging.
Medical products have been directly marked for
some time using infrared lasers. Laser marking is a
non-contact method that involves either producing
a…

Photonics Spectra - September 2016

Photonics Spectra - September 2016

…like medical disposables, where every year 20 billion disposable sensor circuits are created in thin metal
on a flex substrate in a reel-to-reel process.
Another is laser lift-off for next-generation
flexible displays.
Laser lift-off with ultraviolet lasers is wellestablished…

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

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

disposed of, or large amounts of waste water required for cleaning. In addition, mechanical glass cutting doesn't readily support the production of curved edges, which are increasingly desirable, especially in FPDs for portable devices. Laser-Cutting Advantages There are several different laser

META CS 2014 .pdf

META CS 2014 .pdf

…Coherent META tools
still require less space than a typical large format laser
cutting machine. In the future we could envision an
additional machine only for plastic processing or a
META with fiber lasers for the cutting of brass and
copper. Coherent is offering a lot of…

META-Schilderfabrik-Rudolf-Kl-ckner-Case-Study-Even-in-the-Smallest-Workshop-there-is-Enough-Space.pdf

META-Schilderfabrik-Rudolf-Kl-ckner-Case-Study-Even-in-the-Smallest-Workshop-there-is-Enough-Space.pdf

…Coherent META tools
still require less space than a typical large format laser
cutting machine. In the future we could envision an
additional machine only for plastic processing or a
META with fiber lasers for the cutting of brass and
copper. Coherent is offering a lot of…

Ahead the New Glass Cutting COHR Rofin Whitepaper.pdf

Ahead the New Glass Cutting COHR Rofin Whitepaper.pdf

www.coherent.com | tech.sales@coherent.com | 800-527-3786 | 408-764-4983 Ahead of the Curve - Lasers Enable Superior Glass Cutting for Demanding Applications Over the past decade, glass has become an increasingly sophisticated structural and functional component in uses as varied as flat panel…

Microsoft Word - NovusLight 2018-07 Microelectronics Packaging

Microsoft Word - NovusLight 2018-07 Microelectronics Packaging

…minimal effect on surrounding
material, and often at high throughput. Plus, laser processing is "green" in that it frequently
eliminates the need to use chemicals that are hazardous to use or difficult to dispose.
By Dirk Müller, Rainer Pätzel, George Oulundsen, Hatim Haloui and Ed…