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Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

…of the beam radius (or, diameter). Sometimes, full angles are used which results in twice as high angles. Therefore, some caution seems to be appropriate when it comes to a laser's divergence specification. Beams with a very small divergence, i.e. with an almost constant beam diameter over a…

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

…of the beam radius (or, diameter). Sometimes, full angles are used which results in twice as high angles. Therefore, some caution seems to be appropriate when it comes to a laser's divergence specification. Beams with a very small divergence, i.e. with an almost constant beam diameter over a…

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

…of the beam radius (or, diameter). Sometimes, full angles are used which results in twice as high angles. Therefore, some caution seems to be appropriate when it comes to a laser's divergence specification. Beams with a very small divergence, i.e. with an almost constant beam diameter over a…

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

…of the beam radius (or, diameter). Sometimes, full angles are used which results in twice as high angles. Therefore, some caution seems to be appropriate when it comes to a laser's divergence specification. Beams with a very small divergence, i.e. with an almost constant beam diameter over a…

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

…across the beam area. For example, in a material processing situation, it is easily understandable why two beams of identical power and diameter (or contour) leave different burn marks on a substrate if one beam features a Gaussian profile (maximum intensity in the beam center) while the other beam

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

…across the beam area. For example, in a material processing situation, it is easily understandable why two beams of identical power and diameter (or contour) leave different burn marks on a substrate if one beam features a Gaussian profile (maximum intensity in the beam center) while the other beam

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

…across the beam area. For example, in a material processing situation, it is easily understandable why two beams of identical power and diameter (or contour) leave different burn marks on a substrate if one beam features a Gaussian profile (maximum intensity in the beam center) while the other beam

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

Microsoft Word - Understanding Laser Beam Parameters Leads to Better System Performance and Can Save Money Final.doc

…across the beam area. For example, in a material processing situation, it is easily understandable why two beams of identical power and diameter (or contour) leave different burn marks on a substrate if one beam features a Gaussian profile (maximum intensity in the beam center) while the other beam

Verdi-G-Advantage-1-Constant-Beam-Parameters.pdf

Verdi-G-Advantage-1-Constant-Beam-Parameters.pdf

…White Paper Widely Adjustable Output Power Without Change of Beam Parameters The absence of thermal lensing effects in the OPSL gain medium makes Verdi G the only green laser whose power can be widely adjusted without affecting output beam parameters or mode quality. Introduction and Overview The…

2009 LMCCatalog.pdf

2009 LMCCatalog.pdf

…· Beam diameter/widths (selectable): - Second moment (d4 Sigma) - Knife-edge - Slit - Aperture diameter - Effective diameter · Flat Top analysis (new in BeamView-USB 4.4.0): - Beam uniformity - Plateau uniformity - Flatness factor - Effective irradiation area - Edge steepness - Effective average…

COHR LMC 2010-2011catalog.pdf

COHR LMC 2010-2011catalog.pdf

…· Beam diameter/widths (selectable): - Second moment (d4 Sigma) - Knife-edge - Slit - Aperture diameter - Effective diameter · Flat Top analysis (new in BeamView-USB 4.4): - Beam uniformity - Plateau uniformity - Flatness factor - Effective irradiation area - Edge steepness - Effective average…

LMC 2011catalog FINAL.pdf

LMC 2011catalog FINAL.pdf

…· Beam diameter/widths (selectable): - Second moment (d4 Sigma) - Knife-edge - Slit - Aperture diameter - Effective diameter · Flat Top analysis (new in BeamView-USB 4.4): - Beam uniformity - Plateau uniformity - Flatness factor - Effective irradiation area - Edge steepness - Effective average…

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