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Picosecond 532

CMM 8.2.indd

CMM 8.2.indd

…directly
proportional to its wavelength. Thus, it's
generally easier to produce smaller features
(below 50 µm) with green (typically 532 nm) or
ultraviolet (typically 355 nm or 266 nm) lasers
than with longer wavelength near or midinfrared lasers.
Second, shorter…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…250 kHz) to support high throughput processes. They are available with powers up to tens of
watts with a choice of near-IR (1064 nm), green (532 nm) or UV (355 nm) output. The UV is popular for producing small features in "delicate" materials
because it can be focused to a small spot and…

Coherent-new-lasers-improve-glass-cutting-methods wp.pdf

Coherent-new-lasers-improve-glass-cutting-methods wp.pdf

…range are produced by nanosecond pulse width lasers, and
ultrafast (picosecond and femtosecond) lasers yield particles hundreds of nanometers in size.
Nanosecond pulse width lasers, operating in either the green (532 nm) or ultraviolet (355 nm),
are usually employed in "bottom-up"…

Ahead the New Glass Cutting COHR Rofin Whitepaper.pdf

Ahead the New Glass Cutting COHR Rofin Whitepaper.pdf

…q-switched, diode-pumped, solid-state lasers having pulsewidths
in the nanosecond range, or industrial ultrafast lasers with pulsewidths in the picosecond, or even
femtosecond, regime. These industrial ultrafast lasers typically utilize a mode-locked, diode-pumped,
solid-state laser…

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

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

…using either solidstate 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