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2011-Diode-Laser-Modules-and-Pattern-Generators-Catalog.pdf

2011-Diode-Laser-Modules-and-Pattern-Generators-Catalog.pdf


High Polarization Ratio 100:1
Separate Driver Optional
Single Line Crosshair Parallel Lines Single Square
Single Dot Dot Line 7x7 Dot Matrix
Available Patterns
Diode Laser
Systems
Diode Laser
Modules
Lasiris
Structured
Light Lasers

Evernote

Evernote

The pattern pieces were separated from their square substrates and then assembled like a
jigsaw puzzle.
"When I looked at all the fabrication technologies available to me at Pier 9 for making the
cutting board, only the Coherent METAbeam 400W would cut it (pun intended)," notes

COHR ExcimerCatalog2019.pdf

COHR ExcimerCatalog2019.pdf


for flexible use
· Square beam and line beam fields
for optimum results
· Supports all COMPex laser models
to enable efficient processing
APPLICATIONS
· Laser Lift-Off Separation
· Dopant Ion Activation
· Ablative Patterning
· Excimer Laser Annealing…

COHR VarioLas DS 0418 7.pdf

COHR VarioLas DS 0418 7.pdf

…results · Modular design with tailored options for flexible use · Square beam and line beam fields for optimum results · Supports all COMPex laser models to enable efficient processing APPLICATIONS · Laser Lift-Off Separation · Dopant Ion Activation · Ablative Patterning · Excimer Laser Annealing

COHR WP Ablation of BioPolymers 193nm.pdf

COHR WP Ablation of BioPolymers 193nm.pdf

…photonic applications, several different
ablation patterns were then created. Here the ability to precisely control the etch depth meant that
both amplitude and phase gratings could be created. A typical example of these patterns is the cross
grating structure shown in figure 5. This…

CMM 11.5.indd

CMM 11.5.indd

…must
therefore be put in place to enable
broader market expansion of microLED based displays. Since microLEDs follow a regular RGB pattern
on a display panel, parallel transfer
via excimer laser beams with large
cross-sections is a viable solution.
To this end,…

Industrial Laser Solutions - September/October 2015

Industrial Laser Solutions - September/October 2015


through a mask containing the desired
pattern to be produced, and the substrate
(which is larger than the projected pattern) is ablated, moved, and then ablated
again, until all the desired areas have
been patterned.
This system is available with either 308

07(IK14-10)p.53-57.fm

07(IK14-10)p.53-57.fm

…number of vias per area increases with the
square of the pitch, the number of through vias which fit
into the field will increase likewise. Hence, the parallel
drilling rate (holes per second) actually increases with the
square of the pitch size. In contrast, in the case of…

LLO WavelengthAdvantage.pdf

LLO WavelengthAdvantage.pdf

…wafer. Clearly visible is the regular pattern of trenches but prior to wet chemical removal of the metallic gallium. Trench depth is only about 25 nm and due to the slight overlap of neighbouring pulses. Industrial process rates are achieved using square fields at low pulse rate, as listed in…

Industrial Laser Solutions - January / February 2014

Industrial Laser Solutions - January / February 2014

…cleaned, then several adjacent
passes of the area are made.
In the step-and-repeat method, the laser
beam is formed into a square or nearly
square rectangle. The laser spot is positioned at a fxed point on the CFRP surface, and an exposure is made (consisting of one or more laser…

The PCB Magazine, November 2015

The PCB Magazine, November 2015

…lasers produce a large
rectangular-shaped beam that is ideal for use
in a mask-based writing process. A photomask
containing the pattern of vias for a panel, or region of a panel, is illuminated with the laser.
This photomask is then re-imaged onto the
work surface, and all…

Microsoft Word - PW09 7198-38 Leisher Copyright.doc

Microsoft Word - PW09 7198-38 Leisher Copyright.doc

…width of the lasing modes is therefore predominantly
dependent on the spectral width of the optical gain, which is itself proportional to the square of the emission wavelength
[3]. In other words, spectral width and wavelength drift with temperature cannot be directly engineered through…

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