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CO Laser - 5µm

CO Laser - 5µm

…that of a CO 2 laser. This enables the production of smaller holes and features, and narrower kerf widths when cutting. Coherent offers CO lasers over a wide range of performance power levels all with high quality beam (M² Fully Sealed Carbon Monoxide Laser - While CO lasers were first developed…

250 kHz Ultrafast Amplifiers

250 kHz Ultrafast Amplifiers

…deep UV wavelengths in an automated hands-free package that communicates with the Chameleon laser to optimize crystal phase matching. CO Laser - 5µm CO Laser - 5µm New generation of carbon monoxide (CO) lasers from Coherent, promise enhanced processing characteristics in applications ranging from…

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…and Medical Applications A new generation of carbon monoxide (CO) lasers from Coherent, promise enhanced processing characteristics in applications ranging from glass, ceramic and film cutting and drilling, through medical and aesthetics fractional skin resurfacing. Data Sheet Diamond J-3-5 CO Laser

Laser Focus World - June 2015

Laser Focus World - June 2015

Laser Focus World 28 world news G A S L A S E R S Carbon monoxide laser aims at high-power applications While carbon monoxide (CO) lasers, which emit at wavelengths near 5 µm, have been around for decades, they have not been used nearly as much as the similar carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) laser, which has…

COHR DIAMOND J-3-5 COlaser DS 0617 2.pdf

COHR DIAMOND J-3-5 COlaser DS 0617 2.pdf

…Sealed Carbon Monoxide Laser A new generation of carbon monoxide (CO) lasers from Coherent, promise enhanced processing characteristics in applications ranging from glass, ceramic and film cutting and drilling, through medical and aesthetics fractional skin resurfacing. While CO lasers were first…

Industrial Laser Solutions - May/June 2015

Industrial Laser Solutions - May/June 2015

…CO laser offers high-power, 5-6µm output Carbon monoxide (CO) laser technology was developed in the mid-1960s at the same time as CO 2 lasers. The CO laser was attractive because it had the potential to be 2x more effcient than CO 2 lasers. However, the CO laser presented challenges: Early CO lasers

COHR MaterialsProcessingBrochure 0816revA 3.pdf

COHR MaterialsProcessingBrochure 0816revA 3.pdf

…reliability of
Diamond C-Series and GEM-Series lasers result in very low cost of
ownership, making them the laser of choice in the most demanding
industrial applications. Coherent's new generation of carbon monoxide (CO) lasers offer enhanced processing characteristics for materials…

CO Lasers from Lab to Fab

CO Lasers from Lab to Fab

Laser Technik Journal 3/2016 15 CO Lasers from Lab to Fab Developments in CO laser technology enable the production of robust CO lasers that offer benefits in glass cutting applications Andrew Held First demonstrated over fifty years ago, carbon monoxide (CO) and carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) lasers are…

Ahead the New Glass Cutting COHR Rofin Whitepaper.pdf

Ahead the New Glass Cutting COHR Rofin Whitepaper.pdf

…CO Lasers
Carbon dioxide (CO2) lasers have been used in glass cutting for many years. In contrast, carbon
monoxide (CO) lasers, which were first introduced as practical, industrial tools by Coherent in 2015,
are just beginning to be deployed in this application. Both CO2 and CO lasers

The PCB Magazine, November 2015

The PCB Magazine, November 2015

…practical lower limit on via diameters for CO
2
lasers is about 70 µm. But what if the hole diameter needs to be smaller than 70 µm?
CO Lasers
This is where carbon monoxide (CO) lasers
come in. This type of laser was first developed
about 50 years ago, but lifetime and…

Photonics Spectra - September 2015

Photonics Spectra - September 2015

34 Photonics Spectra September 2015 www.photonics.com The first carbon monoxide (CO) lasers were built more than 50 years ago. The technology showed promise for several reasons. First, CO lasers are inherently efficient in terms of their conversion of input electrical energy into light. For example,…

Bio Photonics - February/March 2018

Bio Photonics - February/March 2018

…nerves.
The carbon monoxide (CO) laser is
a rare exception to the dominant trend
toward solid-state solutions, as it produces
a group of output wavelengths around
5 µm. Although they operate somewhat
like the well-known CO
2
laser, CO lasers
had been…

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