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COHR HyperRapidNXT DS 0619 3.pdf

COHR HyperRapidNXT DS 0619 3.pdf

HyperRapid NXT Picosecond Lasers for Industrial Micromachining with Maximum Flexibility HyperRapid NXT is Coherent's new high power industrial picosecond laser platform, and the benchmark for industrial micromachining applications. HyperRapid NXT features a compact and modular design with an…

2016-Ultrafast-Laser-Systems-Catalog.pdf

2016-Ultrafast-Laser-Systems-Catalog.pdf

…lens modelocking for ease-of-use
and reliability
· Femtosecond, picosecond and continuous-wave
operation
· X-Wave single optics set allows wavelength tuning
from 700 nm to 1000 nm
· Verdi 532 nm pump sources between 5W and 12W
deliver diode-pumped stability and…

COHR RLScatalog 2017revA web.pdf

COHR RLScatalog 2017revA web.pdf

…lens modelocking for ease-of-use
and reliability
· Femtosecond, picosecond and continuous-wave
operation
· X-Wave single optics set allows wavelength tuning
from 700 nm to 1000 nm
· Verdi 532 nm pump sources between 5W and 12W
deliver diode-pumped stability and…

COHR HyperRapidNX DS 0618 1.pdf

COHR HyperRapidNX DS 0618 1.pdf

HyperRapid NX The Benchmark for Industrial 24/7 Micromachining Applications The HyperRapid NX high power industrial picosecond laser features a compact and modular design with a single customer interface for all power levels and wavelengths. The outstanding wide window of operation enables optimum…

Microsoft Word - NovusLight 2018-07 Microelectronics Packaging

Microsoft Word - NovusLight 2018-07 Microelectronics Packaging

…process speed cannot be easily increased simply by applying more laser power.
As a result, 532 nm (green) ultra-short pulse (USP) lasers such as the Coherent HyperRapid NX
picosecond laser and Monaco femtosecond laser can be an alternative when the cut quality is of
utmost importance.…

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

…in the
substrate. Marking with 532 nm Helios laser now solves
both these problems, and results in marks with
excellent surface and edge quality, sharp detail in the
marks, and an absence of peripheral damage.
Figure 3: Picosecond lasers can be used to mark sapphire,…

COHR HyperRapid100 355-SW DS 0716 6.pdf

COHR HyperRapid100 355-SW DS 0716 6.pdf

…HyperRapid 100 355-SW is a powerful industrial grade picosecond laser tailored for process development or small series production environment requiring the highest level of flexibility. It features 3 distinct wavelength outputs (1064 nm, 532 nm, 355 nm) with output powers up to 90W.You can…

Mira brochure

Mira brochure


is the efficient generation of short pulses in
either the femtosecond or picosecond regime.
Superior pump lasers.
At the core of the Mira system is the Verdi CW
diode-pumped laser. This 532 nm green laser
offers several compelling advantages: stable,
high-power…

Industrial Photonics - October 2014

Industrial Photonics - October 2014

…marks are typically on
Figure 4. Picosecond lasers can mark sapphire, which is difficult to mark by other
means due to its extreme hardness.
Figure 3. Color mark on glass, produced using a 700-ps laser (Coherent, Helios)
operating at 532 nm.
Filament cutting delivers

COHR HELIOS DS 0217 3.pdf

COHR HELIOS DS 0217 3.pdf

…DPSS sub-ns Laser The lasers of the HELIOS series are compact, rugged systems with high pulse energy and pulse duration of only a few hundred picoseconds. This allows for a precision and quality in micromachining and microelectronics applications which are not possible with nanosecond lasers. HELIOS…

EU Photonics Talk Nobel Laureate Haensch.pdf

EU Photonics Talk Nobel Laureate Haensch.pdf


called Azure using a resonant build-up
cavity based on the "Haensch-Couillaud" locking technique to frequency
double the output of a 532 nm DPSS vanadate laser.
TH: Yes, Bernard Couillaud was a visiting scientist at our laboratory at Stanford, on leave from the University of

Ted Haensch  Sharing His Unique Perspective on Lasers

Ted Haensch Sharing His Unique Perspective on Lasers


called Azure using a resonant build-up
cavity based on the "Haensch-Couillaud" locking technique to frequency
double the output of a 532 nm DPSS vanadate laser.
TH: Yes, Bernard Couillaud was a visiting scientist at our laboratory at Stanford, on leave from the University of