…these electrodes. The electrodes are water cooled to efficiently cool
the laser gas, maximizing laser efficiency.
Within the resonator cavity, the laser light is reflected
by parabolic mirrors, before a portion of this radiation
is allowed to exit the resonator area through…
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In this test, the laser was used to mark
2D barcodes on the curved surface of a pill
bottle (FIGURE 1). The 355 nm laser, working with a focused spot size of 30µm, was
scanned over the part surface using a galvanometer mirror system. In this configuration,…
Operating a nanosecond-pulsed laser is substantially different from operating a CW laser. To build and produce each pulse, the light has time for very few
round trips in the laser cavity, and the simple two-mirror cavity based on a partly transmissive mirror described so far cannot produce…
…laser weld. However,
standard tooling could not ensure an optimum fit between parts for the entire operation,
and a consistent, high quality seam could therefore, not be guaranteed.
Coherent | Rofin and Rodomach therefore undertook to design an approach which would
clamp the part…
…beat notes between corresponding lines from each comb, and
there is no need for any moving parts.
To achieve similar recording speed with
the Michelson approach would need a
mirror moving at the earth escape velocity!
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…throughput and a yield above
99.9%. Laser cutting has emerged as the only method for flexible OLED trimming that can meet
all these requirements.
To implement laser cutting, the laser beam is directed through a pair of galvanometer scan
mirrors and then a scan lens which focuses…
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Figure 1. Basic optical elements of a typical scanning system for laser marking or ablation. For simplicity, only one
of the two scan mirrors is shown.
From the standpoint of the optics, there is one major limitation to this approach. This…
to laser weld. However, standard tooling
could not ensure an optimum fit between
parts for the entire operation, and as a result, a consistent high-quality seam could
not be guaranteed.
Coherent/Rofin and Rodomach
designed an approach that would clamp
the part in a…
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