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Laser Training

…More Product Information - Coherent’s laser training courses are designed to meet a full range of customer needs. We offer two basic types of courses, We offer Advanced Customer and OEM courses on: CO2, CW-tunable, DPSS, Diode Systems, Excimer, Ion, Laser Machine Tools, Pulsed, and Ultrafast…

COMPex

COMPex

COMPex The Excimer Laser – Market Leading UV-Technology Contact Us About This Product Close PRICE HERE The Excimer Laser – Market Leading UV-Technology COMPex lasers are highly effective light sources, featuring a compact design and easy installation and operation. They deliver superior results in…

LAMBDA SX

LAMBDA SX

…nm) to 600 Watts (308 nm only). The LAMBDA SX lasers are perfectly suited for Excimer Laser Annealing (ELA), industrial scale Pulsed Laser Deposition (PLD), Laser Lift-Off (LLO), micro-structuring, and all other applications which require high UV laser throughput. Model Name Wavelength (nm) Max.…

AR Excimer Lasers for Fiber Bragg Grating Writing.qxd

AR Excimer Lasers for Fiber Bragg Grating Writing.qxd

…ripple in the group delay is shown in Figure 7. It is mostly limited to the range of 10 ps. Excimer Laser Source The gratings that produced the above results were all written with a BraggStar 200 excimer laser from Coherent. The BraggStar 200 was found to have several key advantages in the grating…

Excimer laser technology trends

Excimer laser technology trends

…reproducibility of the functional layer. Excimer lasers as direct UV emitters intrinsically exhibit a much better pulse-to-pulse stability than frequency-converted UV lasers. Mainly as a result of introducing ceramic preionization technology, excimer lasers provide superior pulse-to-pulse stability.…

VarioLas Family

VarioLas Family

…common excimer laser wavelengths 193 nm, 248 nm and 308 nm. Contact Us About This Product Close PRICE HERE The VarioLas Eco, VarioLas Pro and VarioLas Sweep are available for the common excimer laser wavelengths of 193 nm, 248 nm and 308 nm. VarioLas Key Features Coherent Excimer Laser Inside Large…

Energy Max Laser Sensors

Energy Max Laser Sensors

…not compatible with FieldMaxII due to the high repetition rate. Contact Us About This Product PRICE HERE Close All Energymax Laser Sensors Products Excimer Laser EnergyMax Sensors High Rep-Rate EnergyMax Sensors Multipurpose EnergyMax Sensors YAG/Harmonics And IR sensors EnergyMax Performance…

UVblade

UVblade

…Features Cost Effective Laser Optical Solutions for Laser Lift-Off (LLO) Single Shot Processing Highest Beam Utilization Homogeneous Energy Distribution Includes Coherent Excimer Laser Accessories Accessories for UV blade BeamScout Beam Profiler Package Systems for Laser Lift-Off Applications -…

LaserCam-HR II

LaserCam-HR II

…flexibility for the analysis of applications involving flat top beam shapes. These BeamView-USB calculations may assist in the analysis of Excimer and Nd:YAG laser customers looking to analyze beam uniformity in the near field. The six new features are: • Plateau Uniformity • Flatness Factor • Edge…

GeoLasHD

GeoLasHD

GeoLasHD Solid sampling UV excimer system for LA-ICP-MS. The GeoLasHD makes the most out of today’s advanced mass spectrometers. It provides unmatched energy densities for material-independent solid sampling. GeoLasHD uses sophisticated homogenizing optics to ensure accurate and shallow depth…

Materials Processing & Industrial Applications

Materials Processing & Industrial Applications

…Product Families Excimer Lasers & UV Beam Delivery Laser Tools and Systems Excimer Laser Annealing The challenge for Liquid crystal display (LCD) manufacturers is to produce higher performance displays, while simultaneously reducing cost and increasing display size. Excimer line beam annealing…

Excimer laser technology trends

Excimer laser technology trends

…coated conductor manufacturing [9]. High-power excimer lasers provide sufficient output energy in order to be distributed over 6 or more laser spots at typically employed fluences of some J cm-2 . Figure 8 shows a gas life run of a 308 nm excimer laser stabilized at 1 J pulse energy at 500 Hz pulse…

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