…Product Close PRICE HERE UV and Green Lasers These fourth generation rugged lasers are built on the same proven technology platform used in earlier AVIA models. With AVIA NX, we took this industry leading workhorse technology and made it even better. These Gen 4 lasers are designed, built and tested…
…the ion laser emitting at blue or green wavelengths was displaced
by DPSS lasers. Here, the gain medium is a neodymium-doped crystal (usually Nd:YAG or Nd:YVO4) pumped by one or more laser diodes. The near-IR
fundamental at 1064 nm is then converted to green 532-nm output with…
…fluorescence--see figure 1. Moreover, a laser also offers a time/speed advantage; it is ideal for singlesweep work whereas optimum use of an ALS often requires multiple sweeps with different filter settings.
Figure 1. One of the advantages of green (532nm) laser light is that it generates high…
…by the laser are much, much smaller
than those produced by mechanical cutting.
And the advantage of laser cutting is better
edge quality, which directly translates into
Nanosecond pulse-width lasers, operating
in either the green (532-nm) or ultraviolet…
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