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Photonics Spectra - July 2017

Photonics Spectra - July 2017

…Lidar is an option, since the intensity of the outgoing laser pulse helps determine the distance and quality of the range information colA laser diode system heat treating metal. Making systems with greater power would make it feasible to cost-effectively cut metal using such lasers. Coherent-Dilas

Industrial Laser Solutions - March/April 2016

Industrial Laser Solutions - March/April 2016

…cladding," Industrial Laser Solutions
(Aug. 2009).
2. K. Parker, "Higher output power and customized beam shapes substantially improve heat
treating and cladding," Industrial Laser Solutions (Jul/Aug. 2012).
3. S. Zhou, Y. Huang, X. Zeng, and Q. Hu, Mat. Sci. Eng. A-Struct., 480,…

Photonics Spectra - July 2015

Photonics Spectra - July 2015


Gaebler: The industrial market covers an
extremely diverse array of applications,
from metal cutting, welding, cladding
and heat treating in areas such as oil
and gas, automotive, and appliance
manufacturing, to high-precision
microstructuring in machine tool

CoherentLaserCladding March2014.pdf

CoherentLaserCladding March2014.pdf

…costs and ease of
implementation. In response to the need for a more optimal source
for applications such as cladding, welding and heat treating, laser
manufacturers have developed the high power direct diode laser.
A high power direct diode laser is a compact assembly consisting…

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

Lasers | Photonics Handbook®

…lasers are the workhorses of industrial laser applications. Direct diode lasers predominantly service low-brightness
applications, such as heat treating, cladding and some welding applications. This is because direct diode lasers offer the lowest capital cost of any industrial
laser type,…

Diode Lasers Enable Diverse Therapeutic Applications

Diode Lasers Enable Diverse Therapeutic Applications

…introduced, PDT was seen
as a potential silver bullet for treating
a broad range of cancers. Instead, PDT
is today used to treat only a few selective cancer types and has actually found
more success in treating non-malignant
ailments.
Red wavelengths (635, 652, 670…

00 Laser Cooling.book

00 Laser Cooling.book

…not return. Tap water is an example.
· Closed-loop heat exchanger: The cooling water circulates
around a closed path that includes the laser and a heat
exchanger. The heat generated by the laser is removed in the
heat exchanger, which must itself be cooled by either liquid or…

DIAMOND J-5 Series OEM Lasers Preinstallation Manual Rev AA

DIAMOND J-5 Series OEM Lasers Preinstallation Manual Rev AA

…from water circuits treated
with inhibitor and a water circuit without inhibitor.
Table 3-2. Recommended Coolant for J-5 Series Lasers
PRODUC
T NAME
MANUFACTURERES NAME
AND CONTACT
HEAT
TRANSFER
FLUID
TYPE
REQUIRED
HEAT
TRANSFER

Industrial Photonics - April 2016

Industrial Photonics - April 2016

…pulsewidth), are becoming increasingly popular for high precision materials processing. Their high peak power and short pulsewidth produces reduced
heat affected zones (HAZ) and a lower ablation threshold as compared to longer pulsewidths, thus enabling high
precision processing of a wide…

00 E-1000 PreInst.book

00 E-1000 PreInst.book

…for E-1000 Series Lasers
PRODUCT
NAME
MANUFACTURER'S
NAME & CONTACT
INFORMATION
HEAT
TRANSFER
FLUID
TYPE
REQUIRED
HEAT
TRANSFER
FLUID
CONTENT
FREEZING
BURST
PROTECTION
OPTISHIELD® Plus
OptiTemp,…

00 E-250 Pre.book

00 E-250 Pre.book

…Coolant for E-250 Series Lasers
PRODUCT
NAME
MANUFACTURER'S
NAME & CONTACT
INFORMATION
HEAT
TRANSFER
FLUID
TYPE
REQUIRED
HEAT
TRANSFER
FLUID
CONTENT
FREEZING
BURST
PROTECTION
OPTISHIELD®
OptiTemp, Inc.…

COHR DIAMOND J-3-5 COlaser DS 0617 2.pdf

COHR DIAMOND J-3-5 COlaser DS 0617 2.pdf

…(A) 200 for 6 ms
COOLANT
Heat Load (kW) 4.8
Dynamic Coolant Flow Rate (l/min.) 5.7
Coolant Setpoint Temperature Range 21 to 25°C (69.8 to 77°F)
Coolant Temperature Stability (max.) ±1.0°C (±1.8°F)
Coolant9 Anti-corrosion treated water
Coolant Differential…

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