Femtosecond Lasers This family of industrial femtosecond lasers is ideal for ultra-fine processing of materials with little or no heat affected zone (HAZ). Target materials for these lasers include glass, OLED, IC packages/wafers, and flexible thin films. Monaco: Up to 80 µJ/pulse at 60 W in 10 W…
…are now available (an example is the Monaco series from Coherent). Here, the oscillator is followed by a pulse picker to select the repetition rate of the pulses to be amplified in the sequential single-stage, cladding-pumped fiber amplifier. Unlike lasers based on ytterbiumdoped bulk material,…
…zone. MATRIX QS DPSS Lasers MATRIX QS DPSS Lasers The MATRIX family of diode-pumped, solid-state, Q-switch lasers is available in three wavelengths: 355, 532, and 104 nm, and features powers as high as 14 W. Monaco Monaco The Monaco diode-pumped industrial femtosecond laser provides up to 80…
…a DPSS UV laser. Lasers enable narrower street widths on the wafer further increasing overall yield. Related Products AVIA NX RAPID NX Monaco Related Product Families Laser Machines and Systems Semiconductor and Microelectronics Fabrication Illuminating the semiconductor roadmap. Laser technology’s…
Diode-Pumped Femtosecond High-Energy Laser
Engineered for industry but equally at home in the laboratory, Monaco
addresses important and novel applications in optogenetics and Calcium
imaging for neuroscience. And it does it with unparalleled reliability.
HyperRapid also come with a choice of IR/Green/UV wavelengths.
Coherent Monaco femtosecond industrial laser is designed and tested for 24/7 high uptime
environments.The laser provides 40 µJ/pulse at 1 MHz to enable current and future throughput requirements in…
manufacturing and testing, and particularly the rigorous use of HALT/HASS
testing practices and tools, long used in
other nonphotonic industries," van Nunen
said. "The result is a new generation of
ultrafast lasers, such as the Coherent
RAPID NX and Monaco…
…output across the near-IR like
Monaco with its Opera-F family of optoelectronic pulse amplifiers (OPAs).
Concepts from the world of industrial
lasers, such as uptime and data throughput, are positively affecting the world of
scientific lasers, minimizing the time from
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