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EU CMM Luebeck Luger Interview 0918.pdf

EU CMM Luebeck Luger Interview 0918.pdf

…from tens of milliwatts to
tens of watts, and with everything
from continuous wave and quasicontinuous wave output to pulsed
output in the nanosecond regime.
Our range of wavelengths is
equally comprehensive, from the
near-infrared (NIR) through the
visible and…

Legend-Cryo-PA DS

Legend-Cryo-PA DS

…the peak intensity of the output pulse to the peak intensity of any other pulse that occurs
greater than 1 ns before or after the output pulse. Nanosecond contrast can be improved to >1,000,000:1 pre with <15% energy loss with
optional pulse slice.
5 Under stable environmental…

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…between individual pulses in the burst, depending on the heat
conduction of the material. While a pulse separation of 10-20 ns is long enough for metals and semiconductors
to allow cooling down of the ablated spot between pulses, plastics may need much longer pulse separation to
avoid…

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…sensors found in many phones, tablets or even smart watches. This leaves laser cutting as the only viable method, and both nanosecond and picosecond (called ultrashort pulse) lasers are currently employed for these processes. This article compares these two approaches, and provides some detail on…

COHR case study LIDAR Zugspitze Mountain 1218.pdf

COHR case study LIDAR Zugspitze Mountain 1218.pdf

…looked for an alternative ultraviolet laser source. Excimer
lasers produce the highest pulse energies and highest power of any ultraviolet laser. They also have a
pulse length of a few nanoseconds. Both scientific and industrial models are available but the industrial
versions have…

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

EnergyMax-USB/RS User Manual

…isn't there a minimum pulse width specification?
A: These pyroelectric energy sensors can function with pulse
widths as short as nanoseconds, picoseconds, or even femtoseconds, and still measure correctly. As described in the
previous answer, the maximum pulse width specification is…

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

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

…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 blasts…

USP Lasers Semiconductor Packaging Whitepaper.pdf

USP Lasers Semiconductor Packaging Whitepaper.pdf

…sensors found in many phones, tablets or even smart watches. This leaves laser cutting as the only viable method, and both nanosecond and picosecond (called ultrashort pulse) lasers are currently employed for these processes. This article compares these two approaches, and provides some detail on…

Whitepaper - USP Lasers Deliver Cleaner Cuts for Semiconductor Packaging.pdf

Whitepaper - USP Lasers Deliver Cleaner Cuts for Semiconductor Packaging.pdf

…sensors found in many phones, tablets or even smart watches. This leaves laser cutting as the only viable method, and both nanosecond and picosecond (called ultrashort pulse) lasers are currently employed for these processes. This article compares these two approaches, and provides some detail on…

COHR WP Ablation of BioPolymers 193nm.pdf

COHR WP Ablation of BioPolymers 193nm.pdf

…natural polymers
the thermal diffusivity is low (typically 10-8/m2/s). So assuming a similarly low value for chitosan, a
pulse width of several nanoseconds was predicted to be sufficiently short to ensure no peripheral
damage such as thermal denaturation.
The impact of acoustic…

FutureElectronics June2014.pdf

FutureElectronics June2014.pdf

…recrystallization process is known as
excimer laser annealing. On account
of the short UV wavelength and the
short laser pulse duration in the
nanosecond regime the energy of
the line beam focus is selectively applied to the some 50 nm thin silicon
layer leaving the…

PHO v1 sstr std

PHO v1 sstr std

…are two basic mechanisms by which a laser can process a material. Photothermal interaction For most continuous wave and pulsed lasers (with pulsewidths down to the nanosecond range) material removal is based on a photothermal interaction. Here, the focused laser beam acts as a spatially confined,…