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DIAMOND FLQ-Series

DIAMOND FLQ-Series

…consistency Typical Application:
* Marking
* Engraving
* Micro-Machining
* Etching
* Trimming
* Cleaning DIAMOND FLQ Fiber Marking Lasers in 10W, 20W, 30W, 50W & 100W - The DIAMOND FLQ fiber laser is a pulsed marker delivering 1 mJ pulse energy with a fast turn-on time and higher peak power (up…

Verdi V-Series

Verdi V-Series

lasers such as the Sapphire. It fixes the optical components inside the laser head in a solder bonding process. Once put in place, they will never move, so nothing would have to be aligned over the entire product life time. PermAlign takes place in a clean room and once completed, laser heads are…

RAPID FX

RAPID FX

…industrial laser system that extends the pulse duration of the RAPID series to the femtosecond regime. The RAPID FX is ideally suited for applications that benefit from even shorter pulses: Femtosecond pulses allow for true nonthermal material processing, allowing for very clean processing results.…

Microelectronics

Microelectronics

…a metal film thickness of 40 nanometers or less, a single laser pulse can perform a complete lift with clean edges and no breaks – even at linewidths of 10 microns or less. The circuits can be fabricated using a reel-to-reel laser station with continuous motion of the web. The web motion appears…

Microsoft Word - LMT Lens Optics Cleaning Procedure COHR.docx

Microsoft Word - LMT Lens Optics Cleaning Procedure COHR.docx

…Optic Window Handling
9. Lay the optic window on your clean piece of lint paper and puddle alcohol on it. Let the alcohol soak the window
for a few seconds, just don't let the window dry out. It's important to keep the optic window wet during the
cleaning process. See Figure 9.

Picosecond laser

Picosecond laser


The room, the laser will be located in, should be relatively
clean and free of condensation. For the environmental conditions please refer to section "Ambient condition" on page 6.
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Adequate table with thread holes (M6) in order to position
and fix the laser head. Refer to…

Excimer laser technology trends

Excimer laser technology trends

…stability as well as in
laser output power achieved over the last two decades are the
combined results of technological advances in laser discharge
preionization, discharge circuit design as well as laser gas
cooling, ventilation and cleaning.
The technique to produce…

Industrial Laser Solutions - January / February 2014

Industrial Laser Solutions - January / February 2014


mechanical techniques, laser cleaning
requires virtually no surface preparation,
is performed dry, doesn't require that
the surface be cleaned of debris afterward, and avoids fber damage if suitable
parameters are chosen. Additionally, laser
processing is compatible…

Coherent Magnum II Laser Operator's Manual

Coherent Magnum II Laser Operator's Manual

…(p. 3-7)
· Servicing the Magnum II laser (p. 3-7)
· Optics and focusing (p. 3-8)
· Cleaning the optics (p. 3-9)
DANGER!
The laser light emitted by this laser may be in the Infrared area
of the electromagnetic spectrum. The laser light may not be
visible to the…

Preinstallation Manual Astrella Ultrafast Amplifier Laser System

Preinstallation Manual Astrella Ultrafast Amplifier Laser System

…Area is clean and large enough to uncrate the laser, power
supplies and chiller.
"Receiving and Inspection" on page 3-1
Utility
Requirements

Seed Laser

Pump Laser

Synchronization & Delay Generator (SDG Elite)

Laptop Computer

Chiller, Pump Laser

Industrial Laser Solutions - November/December 2015

Industrial Laser Solutions - November/December 2015

…often
mechanically complex, requiring downtime for cleaning and
maintenance.
Laser marking is a non-contact method that avoids the problems of contamination and eliminates the cost of consumables.
Furthermore, laser marking generally supports the creation of
high-contrast,…

Laser Focus World - September 2014

Laser Focus World - September 2014


step, the laser head is cycled again (between -10 and +60°C)
and must perform to specification without any realignment.
For a conventional life test, the laser is run without opening
the laser head for cleaning and without any realignment (see
Fig. 3). This laser is operated…

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