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  • Bye, bye bacteria
    Ionizing radiation has been effective at killing pathogens in food-processing plants. Now it may have a new role in the post office. A close-up of Titan's beam scanner shows how it works. In operation, the beam is invisible. This example from SureBeam shows an in-line system that could
  • Liquid Crystal on VLSI Silicon Optical Phased Array
    Several applications for solid-state, random aces beam directors have merged in recent years, including scanners, laser radar components, interconnects, elements for addressing holographic storage, beam routing devices, and adaptive switching networks.
  • Laser sensors to guide VW Passat in next Darpa Challenge
    and its reflection being received determines the distance to the object. A rotating mirror lets the laser range finder operate as a scanner, with the mirror deflecting each outgoing beam. This lets the system build a profile of the environment within the laser scanner's range. The car, fielded by a group
  • Medical Device Link .
    diameter scanners deliver repeatability in millionths of an inch and generally do not require recalibration. The rotating mirror and scanning beam design of solid-state laser measurement devices produces a scanning beam velocity of 100 200
  • Unified Optical Scanning Technology - Preface
    , they are limited in the angular scan flexibility manifest in the dominant forms of optical scanning. Similarly, with the introduction of the laser in the early 1960s, exhibiting its extremely disciplined propagation characteristics, active optical scanning is typically of the laser beam, identified
  • Welding with light
    :YAG lasers to the workpiece by moving the workpiece itself, moving the laser head with a robotic arm, or by redirecting the beam with two scanner mirrors, focusing optics, or wave guides. Welding-seam width is adjustable from about /10 mm to several millimeters. Automotive parts made from
  • MICRO: Product Extras (June '2000) will use Poco Graphite's PyroGraph for its ion implantation beam-line components. The graphite is produced using specially formulated graphite infiltrated with pyrolytic carbon. It targets high-purity vacuum processes. The infiltration process fills and seals the material porosity, creating

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