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Predicting Laser Beam Characteristics

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

Life Sciences and Medical Applications

…of cornea reshaping for myopic and hyperopic vision correction and laser application. The accuracy of the ArF excimer laser ablation is essential for the predictability and safety of laser vision correction. Only this laser source enables the precise reshaping in the necessary sub µm range.…

Microsoft Word - Understand Different Laser Beam  Rev 1 Final.doc

Microsoft Word - Understand Different Laser Beam Rev 1 Final.doc

…of a laser beam. However, no matter how accurately and diligently a profile is measured, this information does not predict the intensity distribution elsewhere along the beam path. If the propagation behavior, or the beam quality factor M² of a laser beam should be needed, a beam propagation…

Mode Master White Paper July 2011 final.pdf

Mode Master White Paper July 2011 final.pdf

…(408) 764-4042 1 White Paper Mode Quality (M2) Measurement Improves Laser Performance The laser mode quality factor (M2) provides a highly useful means of predicting laser beam propagation and focusing characteristics for both laser manufacturers and systems integrators. The Coherent ModeMaster PC…

Mode-Master-Whitepaper FORMFIRST.pdf

Mode-Master-Whitepaper FORMFIRST.pdf

…(408) 764-4042 1 White Paper Mode Quality (M2) Measurement Improves Laser Performance The laser mode quality factor (M2) provides a highly useful means of predicting laser beam propagation and focusing characteristics for both laser manufacturers and systems integrators. The Coherent ModeMaster PC…

Laser Focus World - November 2017

Laser Focus World - November 2017

Excimer laser
line beam
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a-Si
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(by a femtosecond laser
or microkeratome) from
the outer surface of the
cornea. The excimer
laser beam is shaped
and…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…the laser beam. A somewhat different example of a uniquely long (and flexible!) gain axis is the fiber laser. Figure 2. In the prototypical gas laser, the gain medium has a long, thin cylindrical shape. The cavity is defined by two mirrors. One is partially reflecting and allows the output beam to…

Industrial Photonics - July 2014

Industrial Photonics - July 2014

…Fiber lasers are rugged and
compact, and they offer power in the tens of kilowatts, a
set of characteristics that makes them alluring.
It also presents challenges on multiple fronts, one
being how to build such systems. One technique combines separate beams into a single beam.

Microsoft Word - Document1

Microsoft Word - Document1

…gives us
tremendous control over the precise operating
characteristics of our lasers. For example, we can
customize a pump diode laser to deliver the exact
output specifications that will optimize fiber laser
output. Or, we can make a custom fiber that
supports higher…

Microsoft Word - Coherent whitepaper Cube performance Final0910

Microsoft Word - Coherent whitepaper Cube performance Final0910

…PERFORMANCE Feature and Benefit Summary CUBE lasers now set a new standard for guaranteed performance with superior beam quality (M2) for this class of laser: specifically, M2 1.2 at the 90/10 clip level. This enables more efficient and predictable use of the laser output, i.e., higher usable power,…

Bio Optics World - January/February 2015

Bio Optics World - January/February 2015

…application. "It is not difficult to generate a
diffraction-limited spot from a laser beam,
but the optical system required for this
level of beam splitting and precise positioning required very good beam quality
and wavelength stability. These capabilities
and the scalable…

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