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Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

…1) a focused laser beam is absorbed at an interface, 2) heating occurs in a thin layer, 3) a shock wave expands out, and 4) the outer, thinner layer is blown off. In conclusion, Helios lasers, which produce subnanosecond pulsewidths, provide an attractive alternative for a number of demanding laser

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

…1) a focused laser beam is absorbed at an interface, 2) heating occurs in a thin layer, 3) a shock wave expands out, and 4) the outer, thinner layer is blown off. In conclusion, Helios lasers, which produce subnanosecond pulsewidths, provide an attractive alternative for a number of demanding laser

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

…1) a focused laser beam is absorbed at an interface, 2) heating occurs in a thin layer, 3) a shock wave expands out, and 4) the outer, thinner layer is blown off. In conclusion, Helios lasers, which produce subnanosecond pulsewidths, provide an attractive alternative for a number of demanding laser

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

…scribing and hole drilling in glass and sapphire, the Helios laser offers advantages over both nanosecond and even shorter pulse, ultrafast lasers. Once again, the advantage over longer pulsewidth lasers is cut quality. Specifically, this laser produces a cleaner drilled hole, with fewer particles…

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

…scribing and hole drilling in glass and sapphire, the Helios laser offers advantages over both nanosecond and even shorter pulse, ultrafast lasers. Once again, the advantage over longer pulsewidth lasers is cut quality. Specifically, this laser produces a cleaner drilled hole, with fewer particles…

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

…scribing and hole drilling in glass and sapphire, the Helios laser offers advantages over both nanosecond and even shorter pulse, ultrafast lasers. Once again, the advantage over longer pulsewidth lasers is cut quality. Specifically, this laser produces a cleaner drilled hole, with fewer particles…

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

…doubling. Specifically, Coherent Helios lasers offer up to 3 W of average power (60 µj at 50 kHz) of output at 532 nm. Both the amplifiers and the doubling optics are monolithically integrated with the sealed laser head. Even though these free space lasers are highly miniaturized, the cavity…

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

…doubling. Specifically, Coherent Helios lasers offer up to 3 W of average power (60 µj at 50 kHz) of output at 532 nm. Both the amplifiers and the doubling optics are monolithically integrated with the sealed laser head. Even though these free space lasers are highly miniaturized, the cavity…

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

…doubling. Specifically, Coherent Helios lasers offer up to 3 W of average power (60 µj at 50 kHz) of output at 532 nm. Both the amplifiers and the doubling optics are monolithically integrated with the sealed laser head. Even though these free space lasers are highly miniaturized, the cavity…

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

…are now being addressed with lasers having pulsewidths in the picosecond regime. However, for some of the most cost sensitive applications, picosecond laser technology offers sufficient throughput, but is not an economically viable option. Less complex laser sources, with pulsewidths in the…

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

…are now being addressed with lasers having pulsewidths in the picosecond regime. However, for some of the most cost sensitive applications, picosecond laser technology offers sufficient throughput, but is not an economically viable option. Less complex laser sources, with pulsewidths in the…

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

Helios Whitepaper2014.pdf

…are now being addressed with lasers having pulsewidths in the picosecond regime. However, for some of the most cost sensitive applications, picosecond laser technology offers sufficient throughput, but is not an economically viable option. Less complex laser sources, with pulsewidths in the…

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