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COHR DiamondCx-10LDE plus DS 0219 1.pdf

COHR DiamondCx-10LDE plus DS 0219 1.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

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 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…

CMM 11.5.indd

CMM 11.5.indd

…and lightweight, rigid or flexible displays that deliver exceptional performance and pixel resolution. Among these processes are drilling and cutting of substrates and organic thin films, fine patterning of pixel and touchscreen structures, excimer laser annealing (ELA) for surface modification,…

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®…

ULTRAFAST LASERS Free-Space CPA Approach Uses Volume Holographic Gratings.pdf

ULTRAFAST LASERS Free-Space CPA Approach Uses Volume Holographic Gratings.pdf

…of watts or hundreds of microjoules) than FBGs. However, their range of operation is
somewhat constrained by the physical dimensions of the glass and the maximum index change
that can be induced during recording of the grating. For example, the length of the grating
determines the…

ModeMaster PC User Manual

ModeMaster PC User Manual

…high-power, invisible
ten-micron laser are not considered safe, and a multi-watt
ten-micron beam incident on the retro mirror may crack the glass in
any event.
Interpreting Near Field (Reference Plane) and Far Field (Focal
Plane) Profiles
Two pinhole intensity profile…

Bio Photonics - April 2018

Bio Photonics - April 2018

…experiment using an
implanted glass viewing window, because
the typical window diameter is only
5 mm or less," Waters said. "However,
1300-nm laser light transmits reasonably
well through the mouse cranium so we
don't need a glass window, and we can
image over a…

IndustrialUltrafast Whitepaper.pdf

IndustrialUltrafast Whitepaper.pdf

…peripheral thermal damage to surrounding material. In other words, precise, clean cuts and marks with minimal heat affected zone (HAZ). There are two basic mechanisms by which a laser can precision drill, scribe, cut or mark a material. Many traditional applications rely on infrared and visible…

LIT Lasers-LED NO2 Spectral-Brightness 1014.pdf

LIT Lasers-LED NO2 Spectral-Brightness 1014.pdf

…of the
excitation light and transmit the majority of the
fluorescence emission. Even off-the-shelf, low-cost
filters made of colored glass are capable of extinction
ratios as high as 10X.
However, the need to enhance signal to noise via this
spectral discrimination has…

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