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Lasers-Enable-Smartphone-Manufacturing.pdf

Lasers-Enable-Smartphone-Manufacturing.pdf

…surface of the glass, which is being translated to create a continuous cut. Since all glasses strongly absorb the 10.6 µm, all the laser energy is deposited at or near the surface of the glass, causing rapid heating. A jet of liquid or air is then used to quickly cool the glass, and the resulting…

Lasers-Enable-Smartphone-Manufacturing.pdf

Lasers-Enable-Smartphone-Manufacturing.pdf

…surface of the glass, which is being translated to create a continuous cut. Since all glasses strongly absorb the 10.6 µm, all the laser energy is deposited at or near the surface of the glass, causing rapid heating. A jet of liquid or air is then used to quickly cool the glass, and the resulting…

COHR MaterialsProcessingBrochure 0816revA 3.pdf

COHR MaterialsProcessingBrochure 0816revA 3.pdf

…welding process.The ideal laser for this process is the HighLight FAP System. Glass welding is a growing application in the display manufacturing to provide the perfect hermetic sealing of AMOLED displays. Our HighLight FAP systems are widely adopted in industry for this frit welding process.

COHR MaterialsProcessingBrochure 0816revA 3.pdf

COHR MaterialsProcessingBrochure 0816revA 3.pdf

…welding process.The ideal laser for this process is the HighLight FAP System. Glass welding is a growing application in the display manufacturing to provide the perfect hermetic sealing of AMOLED displays. Our HighLight FAP systems are widely adopted in industry for this frit welding process.

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…incorporate a threedimensional pattern of channels, which are typically created by machining two or more plastic or glass layers that are laminated together using a thermal frit, laser weld, or other bonding process. The assembled device can be used in such emerging applications as patient genome…

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…incorporate a threedimensional pattern of channels, which are typically created by machining two or more plastic or glass layers that are laminated together using a thermal frit, laser weld, or other bonding process. The assembled device can be used in such emerging applications as patient genome…

34706a cover.indd

34706a cover.indd

…panel, film cutting, light guide technology, repair, frit welding, as well as sapphire and glass-cutting applications. The trend for thinner and lighter devices is impacting the glass substrates used in today's mobile devices requiring thinner glass with higher degrees of mechanical strength and…

34706a cover.indd

34706a cover.indd

…panel, film cutting, light guide technology, repair, frit welding, as well as sapphire and glass-cutting applications. The trend for thinner and lighter devices is impacting the glass substrates used in today's mobile devices requiring thinner glass with higher degrees of mechanical strength and…

10.3.2015 10K

10.3.2015 10K

…panel, film cutting, light guide technology, repair, frit welding, as well as sapphire and glass-cutting applications. The trend for thinner and lighter devices is impacting the glass substrates used in today's mobile devices requiring thinner glass with higher degrees of mechanical strength and…

9.27.2014 10K

9.27.2014 10K

…panel, film cutting, light guide technology, repair, frit welding, as well as sapphire and glass-cutting applications. The trend for thinner and lighter devices is impacting the glass substrates used in today's mobile devices requiring thinner glass with higher degrees of mechanical strength and…

10.3.2015 10K

10.3.2015 10K

…panel, film cutting, light guide technology, repair, frit welding, as well as sapphire and glass-cutting applications. The trend for thinner and lighter devices is impacting the glass substrates used in today's mobile devices requiring thinner glass with higher degrees of mechanical strength and…

9.27.2014 10K

9.27.2014 10K

…panel, film cutting, light guide technology, repair, frit welding, as well as sapphire and glass-cutting applications. The trend for thinner and lighter devices is impacting the glass substrates used in today's mobile devices requiring thinner glass with higher degrees of mechanical strength and…

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