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Three point Kinematic Mounting

AVIA NX nanosecond laser

AVIA NX nanosecond laser

…NX. The control interface also includes RS-232, USB. Three-point kinematic mounting. The new standard mounting interface on AVIA NX lasers is three-point kinematic mount, which is dramatically superior to traditional flat plate mounting schemes. The laser is thermally isolated from the rest of the…

00 E-400 E-1000 Series Preinstall.book

00 E-400 E-1000 Series Preinstall.book

…are precisely aligned with reference to three kinematic mounting feet, it is recommended that laser
integrators utilize this mounting feature. Refer to the mechanical
drawing in Figure 25 on page 35 "Mounting Foot Detail".
Because beam pointing is virtually identical for all lasers…

Monaco femtosecond industrial laser

Monaco femtosecond industrial laser

…important for fs system longevity, as it is for UV lasers. Better Mounting for Stability: A three-point kinematic mount is the standard mounting interface on the Monaco. The technique is dramatically superior over common flat-plate mounting schemes. The laser is thermally isolated from the rest of…

AVIA LX 355-20 Laser

AVIA LX 355-20 Laser

…interface also includes RS-232, USB and Ethernet. Three-point kinematic mounting. The new standard mounting interface on AVIA lasers is three-point kinematic mount, which is dramatically superior to traditional flat plate mounting schemes. The laser is thermally isolated from the rest of the laser…

00 E-1000 PreInst.book

00 E-1000 PreInst.book

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Mounting Feet Since all E-1000 Series laser beams are precisely aligned with reference to three kinematic mounting feet, it is recommended that laser
integrators utilize this mounting feature. Refer to the mechanical
drawing in Figure 18.
Because beam pointing is virtually…

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