…Basic optical elements of a typical scanning system for laser marking or ablation. For simplicity, only one
of the two scan mirrors is shown.
From the standpoint of the optics, there is one major limitation to this approach. This is that most
scan lenses are designed to cover a "flat…
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3. Rotate alignment mirror assembly back and remove red dust
cover and protective foam plug.
Safety Stop Ring
…the laser is directed
through a pair of galvanometer scan mirrors and
then a scan lens which focuses it to a spot size
in the 10 to 20 microns range on the surface of
the OLED. Because the field of view of the scan
lens is relatively limited - typically a few hundred
…the laser beam is directed through a pair of galvanometer scan
mirrors and then a scan lens which focuses it to a spot size in the 10 to 20 µm range on the
surface of the OLED. Because the field of view of the scan lens is relatively limited - typically a
few hundred millimeters…
…wavelengths in the visible and IR. But,
again, heat builds up and fast scanning or parallel processing is often beneficial.
Thus, systems that provide fast and high-accuracy
scanning using galvanometer mirror and stage combinations could be significant for micromachining, Sercel
…curved surface of a pill
bottle (FIGURE 1). The 355 nm laser, working with a focused spot size of 30µm, was
scanned over the part surface using a galvanometer mirror system. In this configuration, high-contrast, 8 × 8mm barcode patterns were generated in 2s.
The MATRIX 355 is…
…Principles of STED: (a) Schematic drawing of the setup of a STED nanoscope with phase plate, objective lens dichroic mirror (DC), fluorescence filter (F), detector, scanning device, and excitation and STED lasers with their focal intensity distribution (right) and a representative,…
…left and right).
Figure 3 shows a single line (50MHz linewidth) at each Free Spectral range (FSR) of the FabryPerot analyzer. The Fabry-Perot scanned through four FSR in the graphs. Figure 3 left and
right are indifferentiable whereas the OSA measurement in figure 1 shows a mode structure…
…1. Principles of STED. Schematic drawing of the setup of a STED nanoscope with phase plate, objective lens dichroic mirror, fluorescence filter, detector, scanning device, and excitation and STED lasers with their focal intensity distribution (right), and a representative, subdiffraction-sized…
to cavity alignment, PowerTrack automatically keeps the mirrors perfectly aligned
for maximum power, stability, and handsoff operation.
Ion Laser Gain
ModeTune finds the peak of the gain curve
by scanning the etalon temperature while
locking the cavity length to…
…5-axis head mount and beam position display of the ModeMaster PC provide easy angular alignment and
translational centering of the lens and scan axis to the beam propagation path.
Beam diameter is a critical parameter in beam propagation measurements. Second-moment diameters (D4) give…
…into an amplitude signal that can be sensed on a photodetector
array. The d-scan modules tailored for an HCF system comprises a chirped mirror compressor
including a pair of thin glass wedges on translation stages, providing both positive and negative
dispersion. After the pulses…
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