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2009 LMCCatalog86.pdf

2009 LMCCatalog86.pdf

…FieldMaxII-TO PM30X LabMax-TOP J-25MT-10KHZ plus small heat sink LPFpro 205, 220 157 FieldMaxII-TO PM150-50XC FieldMaxII-TOP J-50MUV-193 LPXpro 210, 220, 305 193, 248, 308, 351 FieldMaxII-TO PM150X, - - PM150-50XC Xantos XS 157, 193, 248, 351 FieldMaxII-TO PM10X LabMax-TOP J-25MT-10KHZ LAMBDA…

Measurement-Products-for-Use-with-Coherent-Lasers-Matrix-Recommendations.pdf

Measurement-Products-for-Use-with-Coherent-Lasers-Matrix-Recommendations.pdf

…FieldMaxII-TO PM30X LabMax-TOP J-25MT-10KHZ plus small heat sink LPFpro 205, 220 157 FieldMaxII-TO PM150-50XC FieldMaxII-TOP J-50MUV-193 LPXpro 210, 220, 305 193, 248, 308, 351 FieldMaxII-TO PM150X, - - PM150-50XC Xantos XS 157, 193, 248, 351 FieldMaxII-TO PM10X LabMax-TOP J-25MT-10KHZ LAMBDA…

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

COHERENT LMC 2016-2017 Catalog .pdf

…plus small heat sink LEAP 248, 308 FieldMaxII-TO PM150X - - LPFpro 205, 220 157 FieldMaxII-TO PM150-50XC FieldMaxII-TOP J-50MUV-193 LPXpro 210, 220, 305 193, 248, 308, 351 FieldMaxII-TO PM150X, - - PM150-50XC Xantos XS 157, 193, 248, 351 FieldMaxII-TO PM10X LabMax-TOP J-25MT-10KHZ LAMBDA…

2009 LMCCatalog86.pdf

2009 LMCCatalog86.pdf

…FieldMaxII-TO PM30X LabMax-TOP J-25MT-10KHZ plus small heat sink LPFpro 205, 220 157 FieldMaxII-TO PM150-50XC FieldMaxII-TOP J-50MUV-193 LPXpro 210, 220, 305 193, 248, 308, 351 FieldMaxII-TO PM150X, - - PM150-50XC Xantos XS 157, 193, 248, 351 FieldMaxII-TO PM10X LabMax-TOP J-25MT-10KHZ LAMBDA…

Measurement-Products-for-Use-with-Coherent-Lasers-Matrix-Recommendations.pdf

Measurement-Products-for-Use-with-Coherent-Lasers-Matrix-Recommendations.pdf

…FieldMaxII-TO PM30X LabMax-TOP J-25MT-10KHZ plus small heat sink LPFpro 205, 220 157 FieldMaxII-TO PM150-50XC FieldMaxII-TOP J-50MUV-193 LPXpro 210, 220, 305 193, 248, 308, 351 FieldMaxII-TO PM150X, - - PM150-50XC Xantos XS 157, 193, 248, 351 FieldMaxII-TO PM10X LabMax-TOP J-25MT-10KHZ LAMBDA…

Industrial Laser Solutions - January / February 2014

Industrial Laser Solutions - January / February 2014

…Technologies Department at the Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany, tested the bond strength of CFRP surfaces prepared with a Coherent LPXpro 305 excimer laser. This was then compared with the bond strength obtained utilizing traditional surface preparation methods. In this study, the…

Industrial Laser Solutions - January / February 2014

Industrial Laser Solutions - January / February 2014

…Technologies Department at the Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany, tested the bond strength of CFRP surfaces prepared with a Coherent LPXpro 305 excimer laser. This was then compared with the bond strength obtained utilizing traditional surface preparation methods. In this study, the…

Industrial Laser Solutions - January / February 2014

Industrial Laser Solutions - January / February 2014

…Technologies Department at the Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany, tested the bond strength of CFRP surfaces prepared with a Coherent LPXpro 305 excimer laser. This was then compared with the bond strength obtained utilizing traditional surface preparation methods. In this study, the…

07(IK14-10)p.53-57.fm

07(IK14-10)p.53-57.fm

…glass wafers and several different alkali-free flat glass wafers, with thicknesses of 100, 50 and 30 µm. We used a 193 nm excimer (Coherent LPXpro 305) with a pulse energy of 600 millijoules. As shown schematically in figure 2, we used a mask projection system capable of generating laser energy…

07(IK14-10)p.53-57.fm

07(IK14-10)p.53-57.fm

…glass wafers and several different alkali-free flat glass wafers, with thicknesses of 100, 50 and 30 µm. We used a 193 nm excimer (Coherent LPXpro 305) with a pulse energy of 600 millijoules. As shown schematically in figure 2, we used a mask projection system capable of generating laser energy…

07(IK14-10)p.53-57.fm

07(IK14-10)p.53-57.fm

…glass wafers and several different alkali-free flat glass wafers, with thicknesses of 100, 50 and 30 µm. We used a 193 nm excimer (Coherent LPXpro 305) with a pulse energy of 600 millijoules. As shown schematically in figure 2, we used a mask projection system capable of generating laser energy…

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