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250 kHz Ultrafast Amplifiers

250 kHz Ultrafast Amplifiers

…semi-automated laser material processing applications. Nanosecond Lasers Nanosecond Lasers Nanosecond laser families range from the UV to the IR with wavelengths up to 1064 nm, repetition rates up to 2 kHz, and pulse energy up to 1000 µJ. OBIS Lasers OBIS Lasers From miniaturized lasers to laser

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

…Diode Lasers Conduction Cooled Package (CCP) Fiber Coupled Laser Series Dermatological Treatment Coherent provides a broad range of CO2, Excimer and OPSL laser solutions to enable effective dermatological procedures. In the field of dermatology we serve a number of applications. Our CO2 lasers and…

Materials Processing & Industrial Applications

Materials Processing & Industrial Applications

…Families Laser Machines and Systems CO₂ and CO Lasers Industrial Fiber & Diode Lasers Laser Welding of Plastics Diode lasers, with wavelengths in the range of 808 nm to 980 nm, are typically used to join various plastic material combinations in plastics welding applications. Diode lasers

Microelectronics

Microelectronics

…leading laser disciplines used in semiconductor and microelectronics manufacturing. Solid-state lasers, CW and pulsed (visible and UV) Ion lasers CO2 lasers Semiconductor diode lasers (IR, visible, violet) Measurement Instruments Related Products HYPER RAPID Related Product Families Excimer Lasers

Solar High Efficiency AR Coatings

Solar High Efficiency AR Coatings

…wires, medical products and signs. Most of these applications are serviced by Qswitched, diode-pumped, solidstate (DPSS) lasers with nanosecond pulsewidths, CO2 lasers or fiber lasers. Often these applications are highly cost sensitive, in terms of system cost and cost per mark. However, there is an…

Laser Focus World - February 2018

Laser Focus World - February 2018


Picosecond laser marking
With picosecond lasers, the pulse duration
is typically shorter than the time for heat to
flow out of the laser interaction zone, even
in metals, so peripheral thermal effects
are greatly reduced compared to nanosecond lasers. This means that a…

COHR MaterialsProcessingBrochure 0816revA 3.pdf

COHR MaterialsProcessingBrochure 0816revA 3.pdf

Laser Solution
for Your
Application.
Materials processing experts face a wide range of choices in determining
the right laser for their production needs.
Nanosecond or picosecond; ultraviolet, green or infrared; CO2, DPSS or fiber
lasers. Choosing between these lasers

Microsoft Word - Coherent Whitepaper - Marking Stainless Steel Medical Devices

Microsoft Word - Coherent Whitepaper - Marking Stainless Steel Medical Devices

…Traditional Laser Marking
Laser marking is not a new idea - it has been used to produce various types of marks for
literally decades now in numerous industries. Carbon dioxide (CO2
) lasers, solid-state
nanosecond (called DPSS) lasers, and continuous-wave fiber lasers all…

Microsoft Word - Document1

Microsoft Word - Document1

…manufacturing.
These utilize lower power CO2 and fiber lasers, and
increasingly, nanosecond pulsewidth diodepumped, solid-state lasers and industrial ultrafast
(picosecond pulsewidth regime) sources, as well as
excimer lasers. We now support applications
spanning precision…

HighValueMarkingApps.pdf

HighValueMarkingApps.pdf

…(DPSS) lasers with nanosecond pulse widths, CO2 lasers, or fibre lasers. These technologies are available at a reasonable cost and they support fast process throughput rates. Recently, a new class of so-called "high value" marking applications has emerged that require industrial picosecond lasers to…

IndPhotonics Micromachining Glass Cutting.pdf

IndPhotonics Micromachining Glass Cutting.pdf


nanosecond laser for laser grooving, but
now we've switched to a 1064-nm picosecond laser and perform stealth dicing. This has delivered several benefits.
First, the picosecond laser produces a
much smaller heat-affected zone than
the nanosecond laser," Zhao explained.…

Photonics Spectra - July 2014

Photonics Spectra - July 2014

…improved process precision and ever-higher yields is making laser characterization even more critical. Measurement requirements For most laser processes, no matter what the operating regime - CW (continuous wave), millisecond, nanosecond or femtosecond - or output wavelength, average power is a…

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