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pulsed laser deposition system

AVIA NX

AVIA NX

…choice of high pulse energy or high repetition rate to perfectly match the power characteristics to your application. Integrated Laser Head. With AVIA NX, there is no separate controller needed. Everything from the controller to the pump diodes is now integrated in a very compact laser head. This…

Solar Cell Manufacturing

Solar Cell Manufacturing

…microcracking. Laser process tools for solar cell Edge Isolation all feature AVIA lasers; currently the dominant laser source for c-Si UV-laser Edge Isolation, with over 90% market share. Within laser Edge Isolation, a high-speed scanner directs UV or green nanosecond laser pulses around the…

COMPex

COMPex

…Material Pulsed Laser Deposition Polymer Marking Laser Lift-Off Engraving Heat Treating Plastic Semiconductor Ceramic --> Features & Benefits COMPex Features & Benefits UV-energy stability better than 0.75% (1 Sigma) Ultimate Pulse Control (UPC) allows precise processing at the single pulse

LAMBDA SX

LAMBDA SX

…superconductors by Pulsed Laser Deposition (PLD), Laser Lift-Off (LLO) to high power UV LIDAR. The E-Series is ideal for Excimer Laser Annealing (ELA). Contact Us About This Product Close PRICE HERE Model Name Wavelength (nm) Max. Pulse Frequency (Hz) Max. Pulse Energy (mJ) Max. Power…

LEAP

LEAP

…Carbon Coating Pulsed Laser Deposition Ablation-Material Removal Ceramic Polymer Glass Semiconductor Plastic Metal Composite --> Features & Benefits LEAP Features & Benefits Stabilized Laser Energy of up to 1 Joule in UV for fast and large are processing Individual laser pulse pattern by an…

Industrial Laser Solutions - September/October 2015

Industrial Laser Solutions - September/October 2015

system is available with either 308 or 248nm excimer lasers, allowing it to be matched to the absorption characteristics of the particular materials in use. The high pulse energy (over 1J) and repetition rate (300Hz) provide rapid throughput of feature sizes down to 3µm. In addition, excimer laser

HighLight FL-Series Fiber Lasers | High Powered Laser | Coherent + Rofin

HighLight FL-Series Fiber Lasers | High Powered Laser | Coherent + Rofin

…support Typical Applications:
* 2D and 3D cutting of mild & stainless steel
* Laser cutting of nonferrous metal
* Spot and seam welding
* Remote and scanner-based applications
* Laser deposit welding All fiber lasers of the HighLight FL Series are characterized by maximum efficiency and service…

StarFiber 100-600

StarFiber 100-600

…the diode lasers are perfectly suitable for laser coating, laser deposit welding, hardening, brazing and additive manufacturing applications. Contact Us About This Product See Related Products Close PRICE HERE Sophisticated Fiber Laser Systems Laser Welding and Laser Cutting StarFiber laser sources…

Microelectronics

Microelectronics

…process. Related Products LAMBDA SX LEAP Related Product Families Laser Tools and Systems Pulsed Laser Deposition Short and intense laser pulses provide unique benefits for many pulsed laser deposition applications. Pulsed laser deposition (PLD) is a laser-based technique used to grow high quality…

Materials Processing & Industrial Applications

Materials Processing & Industrial Applications

Laser Tools and Systems CO₂ and CO Lasers Laser Cladding Using lasers for cladding, you will achieve better surface uniformity than with traditional technologies. Coherent lasers offer superior overall clad quality, reduced heat input, minimal part distortion and better clad deposition

Excimer laser technology trends

Excimer laser technology trends

…is that the excimer laser keeps its optical performance stable during layer deposition and growth, i.e. over the course of up to a few hours, independent of the set laser repetition rate and pulse energy. The basic approach to stabilize the output energy of an excimer laser is to compensate energy…

Excimer laser technology trends

Excimer laser technology trends

…is that the excimer laser keeps its optical performance stable during layer deposition and growth, i.e. over the course of up to a few hours, independent of the set laser repetition rate and pulse energy. The basic approach to stabilize the output energy of an excimer laser is to compensate energy…

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