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LEAP

LEAP

…microprocessing tasks, ranging from display fabrication to reel-to-reel manufacturing of superconductive tape. LEAP lasers are available at wavelengths of either 248 nm or 308 nm, with output powers of up to 300 W (and pulse energies of up to 1 J). This power comes in a compact footprint package…

Materials Processing & Industrial Applications

Materials Processing & Industrial Applications

…150 P / 300 P CO and CO₂ Lasers Converting Many materials like fabrics, plastic foils, and papers are processed on the fly using a reel to reel process. Applications may be found in the medical and food industry in the manufacturing of pouches for soups, coffee or beverages, but also…

Microelectronics

Microelectronics

…deposition experiments took place in the mid to late 1960s, but PLD gained tremendous interest after T. Venketesan in 1987 first applied this method to create high temperature superconductive (HTSC) films. Since then, many hundreds of lasers have been sold to drive research, process development and…

LIT Lasers-LED NO2 Spectral-Brightness 1014.pdf

LIT Lasers-LED NO2 Spectral-Brightness 1014.pdf

…product,
and are beyond the control of the instrument
manufacturer and even their LED middleman vendor.
The only way to ensure the ability to maintain and
service an instrument product line to deliver consistent
performance over its life, is to purchase a complete reel

LIT Lasers-LED NO3-Cost-Issues 1114.pdf

LIT Lasers-LED NO3-Cost-Issues 1114.pdf

…LEDs are going to be the same is to buy them
from the same bin. If a LED-based instrument design
is chosen and ready to go into production, the
instrument maker needs to advance purchase a lifetime
supply of thousands of identical LEDs, i.e., an entire
reel of LEDs from the…

COHR ExcimerCatalog2019.pdf

COHR ExcimerCatalog2019.pdf

…tasks, ranging from display
fabrication to reel-to-reel manufacturing of superconductive tape.
LEAP lasers are available at wavelengths of either 248 nm or 308 nm,
with output powers of up to 300 W (and pulse energies of up to 1 J).
This power comes in a compact footprint…

COHR LEAPseries DS 0518 9.pdf

COHR LEAPseries DS 0518 9.pdf

…microprocessing tasks, ranging from display fabrication to reel-to-reel manufacturing of superconductive tape. LEAP lasers are available at wavelengths of either 248 nm or 308 nm, with output powers of up to 300 W (and pulse energies of up to 1 J). This power comes in a compact footprint package…

COHR LEAPseries DS 0619 3.pdf

COHR LEAPseries DS 0619 3.pdf

…microprocessing tasks, ranging from display fabrication to reel-to-reel manufacturing of superconductive tape. LEAP lasers are available at wavelengths of either 248 nm or 308 nm, with output powers of up to 300 W (and pulse energies of up to 1 J). This power comes in a compact footprint package…

COHR LEAPseries DS 0819 5.pdf

COHR LEAPseries DS 0819 5.pdf

…microprocessing tasks, ranging from display fabrication to reel-to-reel manufacturing of superconductive tape. LEAP lasers are available at wavelengths of either 248 nm or 308 nm, with output powers of up to 300 W (and pulse energies of up to 1 J). This power comes in a compact footprint package…

COHR LEAPseries DS 1119 1.pdf

COHR LEAPseries DS 1119 1.pdf

…microprocessing tasks, ranging from display fabrication to reel-to-reel manufacturing of superconductive tape. LEAP lasers are available at wavelengths of either 248 nm or 308 nm, with output powers of up to 300 W (and pulse energies of up to 1 J). This power comes in a compact footprint package…

COHR ExcimerCatalog2020 final lr.pdf

COHR ExcimerCatalog2020 final lr.pdf

…tasks, ranging from display
fabrication to reel-to-reel manufacturing of superconductive tape.
LEAP lasers are available at wavelengths of either 248 nm or 308 nm,
with output powers of up to 300 W (and pulse energies of up to 1 J).
This power comes in a compact footprint…

ILS Annealing.PDF

…in the
quality, reliability, and output characteristics of excimer lasers, necessary to meet today's demanding applications, promises to keep
this powerful UV technology relevant for some time to come.
RAINER PÄTZEL and RALPH DELMDAHL (ralph.delmdahl@coherent.com) are with