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CMM 10.4.indd

CMM 10.4.indd

…challenges for the manufacturer, with device cutting being a standout example. Ultra-short pulse lasers have emerged as an ideal solution to this challenge, and this article examines their advantages and use in flexible OLED production. Flexible OLED Cutting Requirements OLED displays comprise a…

Industrial Photonics - October 2017

Industrial Photonics - October 2017

…4).
While mechanical tooling can often
cut straight slots competitively with lasers, the keystone slots are another matter. Milling tools can only achieve a
limited range of tapers, and only for the
wider slots. Laser cutting has no such
problems.
Furthermore, the…

Industrial Photonics - July 2018

Industrial Photonics - July 2018

…systems has been for greater
integration. For example, a laser cutting an automotive
dashboard should adjust its pulse rate as contours are
processed. Otherwise, the amount of energy per length
of material cut will vary as the speed of movement does.
To keep the energy…

Europhotonics - Spring 2016

Europhotonics - Spring 2016

…for coronary, peripheral and neurological uses; cutting holes and other features in disposables, such as catheters and infusion/fluid delivery devices; and creating permanent counterfeit-proof marks without surface damage in plastic products, glass syringes and vials. "Laser micromachining offers…

Bio Photonics - May / June 2015

Bio Photonics - May / June 2015

NA [numerical aperture] objective with a
centimeter of glass does disperse the
incident pulse, such that the pulse gets
stretched: The pulse is `chirped' with
different colors passing at different moments. Correction by pulse compensation
and compression is crucial in…

Bio Optics World - January/February 2015

Bio Optics World - January/February 2015

…on a glass plate or flow cell
excited with laser light. Each of the
four nucleotides (A, C, G, and T) has
a unique fluorescence emission profile. So each unique cluster (i.e., image
location) flashes a wavelength pattern
(color) corresponding to the next base
to be cut

COHR DIAMOND Cx-10 DS 0118 1.pdf

COHR DIAMOND Cx-10 DS 0118 1.pdf

…in four wavelengths: 9.3 µm, 9.6 µm, 10.2 µm and 10.6 µm APPLICATIONS · High volume marking, cutting, and engraving · Film cutting and processing · Process wide range of materials from acrylics, cardboard, ceramics, glass, polymer films, leather, paper, textiles, wood and PCBs. Diamond Cx-10 Series

COHR DiamondCx-10LDE Plus DS 0618 1a.pdf

COHR DiamondCx-10LDE Plus DS 0618 1a.pdf

…<1 µs minimize heat effected zones and provide high precision process control APPLICATIONS · High volume marking, cutting, and engraving · Film cutting and processing · Process wide range of materials from acrylics, cardboard, ceramics, glass, polymer films, leather, paper, textiles, wood and PCBs

COHR WP Ablation of BioPolymers 193nm.pdf

COHR WP Ablation of BioPolymers 193nm.pdf

…widely used for cutting internal tissues.
Limited penetration depth is the reason that fiber delivery is a key consideration when developing new
laser surgical techniques. For example, a new thulium laser from Coherent at a wavelength of 2 µm
can be transmitted via glass fiber, and is…

ILS Annealing.PDF

…silicon boule. This boule is then physically cut to produce individual wafers for subsequent circuit fabrication. This method
isn't applicable to flat-panel display applications--rather, the
silicon layer is deposited onto the glass using low-pressure
or plasma-enhanced chemical…

x lase A4 4s 02 2013 lr 1 .pdf

x lase A4 4s 02 2013 lr 1 .pdf

…head) length: 2 m
Computer interface: Ethernet, RS232
Cooling of pump lasers: Water
LOW-K GROOVING AI ON PET ABLATION PLATINUM CUTTING SiN ABLATION
SPECIFICATIONS
CONTROL, LASER AND COOLING UNIT:
Average power (measured at collimated beam): 24 W (max)
Pulse…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…pulse energy and high brightness. They also excel at metal cutting and welding in the 4- to 6-mm thickness range, as well as some
marking applications. Flowing gas CO2
lasers still dominate the market for cutting thick metal (>6 mm).
Lasers | Photonics Handbook®…

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