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EU Photonics Talk Nobel Laureate Haensch.pdf

EU Photonics Talk Nobel Laureate Haensch.pdf

…his unique experience in lasers and laser spectroscopy. O&P: Long before your work with stabilized frequency combs you were wellknown to many in the laser community because of your work stabilizing nanosecond dye lasers at Stanford - "The Haensch-type dye laser". TH: After I finished my PhD…

Photonics Spectra - July 2014

Photonics Spectra - July 2014

…between measurements. These characteristics make photodiodes most useful
for low-power measurements of CW lasers
and for pulse-shape characterization of
nanosecond pulsed lasers.
Thin-film thermoelectric technology
The ideal sensor for embedded power
measurement would…

COHR WP OPSL No Green Noise final 5.15.18.pdf

COHR WP OPSL No Green Noise final 5.15.18.pdf

…in order to produce ultraviolet output. As
with visible lasers, Q-switched DPSS lasers can use extracavity harmonic generation with
excellent efficiency. This is the basis of several industrial nanosecond lasers produced by
Coherent for precision materials processing applications.…

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

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

lasers with pulse widths in the nanosecond range, or ultra-short-pulse (USP) lasers
with pulse widths in the picosecond, or even
femtosecond, range.
There are several different variations on the
way laser ablation is used to cut glass, but in
all of them, each laser pulse…

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…

AILU Abdolvand 0216.pdf

AILU Abdolvand 0216.pdf

…and localised thermal effects with each laser pulse. Why picosecond lasers? In truth, some coloured marks can also be produced using nanosecond lasers. However, the precise control of energy dosing and penetration depth afforded by picosecond lasers enables them to deliver marks with more vivid…

PowerMax-Pro-White-Paper-Novel-Laser-Power-Sensor-Improves-Process-Control FORMFIRST.pdf

PowerMax-Pro-White-Paper-Novel-Laser-Power-Sensor-Improves-Process-Control FORMFIRST.pdf

…for low
power measurements of CW lasers, as well as pulse
shape characterization of nanosecond pulsed lasers.
PowerMax-Pro Technology
Coherent developed PowerMax-Pro technology (Patent
Pending) to meet the growing need for a laser power
sensor that offers the broad…

Bio Photonics - March 2014

Bio Photonics - March 2014


manufactured with nanosecond pulsed
lasers, but new materials and finer structures for cardiovascular and peripheral
stents with improved biocompatibility
require femtosecond lasers," Klein said.
marie.freebody@photonics.com
Ultrafast Lasers
www.qioptiq.com

Case Study Excimer ELA 2018 English.pdf

Case Study Excimer ELA 2018 English.pdf

…10 sizes. It generates a long line of pulsed laser light at a wavelength of 308 nm
which moves along a glass carrier coated with amorphous silicon.
On account of the short UV wavelength and the
short laser pulse duration in the nanosecond
regime the energy of the line beam focus…

EU LTJ Ultrashort Pulses Improving the Process.pdf

EU LTJ Ultrashort Pulses Improving the Process.pdf

…than for longer pulsewidth lasers. This is because processes utilizing nanosecond (and longer) pulsewidth lasers can rely on a massive knowledge base, built up by laser manufacturers, systems builders and end users, over decades of application. In contrast, femtosecond laser processing is very much…

Improving and Quantifying the Process Window

Improving and Quantifying the Process Window

…than for longer pulsewidth lasers. This is because processes utilizing nanosecond (and longer) pulsewidth lasers can rely on a massive knowledge base, built up by laser manufacturers, systems builders and end users, over decades of application. In contrast, femtosecond laser processing is very much…

Designing ProvenHands-free Reliability TechNote FinalWeb.pdf

Designing ProvenHands-free Reliability TechNote FinalWeb.pdf

…takes place in
UV nanosecond and picosecond lasers, where a single
UV photon may produce the equivalent effect of
multiple infrared photons. Because of this similarity,
Coherent's experience of successfully addressing
contamination in pulsed UV lasers for 24/7 industrial…