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Materials Processing & Industrial Applications

Materials Processing & Industrial Applications

…Families Laser Machines and Systems CO₂ and CO Lasers Industrial Fiber & Diode Lasers Laser Welding of Plastics Diode lasers, with wavelengths in the range of 808 nm to 980 nm, are typically used to join various plastic material combinations in plastics welding applications. Diode lasers

Microelectronics

Microelectronics

…leading laser disciplines used in semiconductor and microelectronics manufacturing. Solid-state lasers, CW and pulsed (visible and UV) Ion lasers CO2 lasers Semiconductor diode lasers (IR, visible, violet) Measurement Instruments Related Products HYPER RAPID Related Product Families Excimer Lasers

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…their first laser in a laundry room. In the summer of 1966, next to a washer and dryer, and using a piece of rain gutter as a key component, Coherent’s founders began building their first laser. Four months later, Coherent unveiled the very first CO2 commercially available laser. Today, Coherent…

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…only laser sources but also customized complete solutions for most different applications such as laser welding systems, laser cutting systems, laser marking systems and various other laser system solutions. Data Sheet Performance Family DC Series, CO 2 Laser for Laser Cutting Laser cutting, laser

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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

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 CO2 lasers. The CO laser was attractive because it had the potential to be 2x more effcient than CO2 lasers. However, the CO laser presented challenges: Early CO lasers

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 CO2 lasers. The CO laser was attractive because it had the potential to be 2x more effcient than CO2 lasers. However, the CO laser presented challenges: Early CO lasers

Laser Focus World - June 2015

Laser Focus World - June 2015

…"CO laser technology was developed in the mid-1960s at the same time as CO2 lasers," says Andrew Held, director of marketing for Coherent's CO2 business unit. "The CO laser was attractive because it had the potential to be two times more efficient than CO2 lasers. However, the CO laser presented…

Laser Focus World - June 2015

Laser Focus World - June 2015

…"CO laser technology was developed in the mid-1960s at the same time as CO2 lasers," says Andrew Held, director of marketing for Coherent's CO2 business unit. "The CO laser was attractive because it had the potential to be two times more efficient than CO2 lasers. However, the CO laser presented…

Laser Focus World - June 2015

Laser Focus World - June 2015

…"CO laser technology was developed in the mid-1960s at the same time as CO2 lasers," says Andrew Held, director of marketing for Coherent's CO2 business unit. "The CO laser was attractive because it had the potential to be two times more efficient than CO2 lasers. However, the CO laser presented…

SST 2017-09 Laser Marking.pdf

SST 2017-09 Laser Marking.pdf

…and laser types. CO2 lasers have been employed extensively for PCB markingbecausetheyprovideafastmethodofproducing high contrast features. However, they are rarely selected whenmarkingatthedieorpackagelevel. Thisisbecause the focused spot size scales with wavelength due to diffraction. CO2 lasers

Laser Focus World - August 2016

Laser Focus World - August 2016

…boards (PCBs). From the outset, laser drilling offered a particularly attractive alternative for the production of blind vias (that don't go through all layers in the circuit board) since these are difficult to produce using mechanical drills. In particular, the CO2 laser rapidly emerged as an ideal…

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