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  • Liquid Cooling a Laser for System Optimization
    The performance of high-powered lasers depends on effective cooling. High-powered lasers generate a significant amount of heat that must be removed from the laser system to avoid overheating critical components. Carbon dioxide (CO2) lasers, excimer lasers, ion lasers, solid-state lasers, and dye
  • Medical Device Link . Laser-Manufactured Features in Medical Catheters and Angioplasty Devices
    . The principal, fundamental wavelengths of emission for these lasers are 10 um (CO ), 1 um (Nd:YAG), and 0.2 um (excimer). It is generally true that thermal considerations in the processing become more important with increasing laser wavelength, and penetration depths are generally greater, allowing
  • Medical Device Link . Laser Micromachining of Medical Devices
    . This article reviews the fundamental physics of carbon dioxide (CO ), excimer, and solid-state lasers as related to material interaction and discusses considerations relevant to optimizing a laser-based system for a particular manufacturing environment. Finally, factors relevant to quality control
  • Medical Device Link . Laser Micromachining Technology for Device Manufacturing
    of energy onto a selected region of material. Among the many types of medical lasers now in use (CO2, YAG, excimer, dye, argon-ion, diode, etc.), each has its own unique properties and capabilities suited to particular applications. Factors that determine the type of laser to use for a particular
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    by Diametrics Ltd. (High Wycombe, Bucks, UK), which developed the system, was to find a way to repeatably drill consistently sized holes in the fiber. The firm settled on an excimer laser that was able to perform the exacting task without straining the production budget. The blood-gas monitor is marketed
  • Combining 2-D and 3-D Laser Applications
    design has characteristics that can be optimized for a particular job. For example, excimer lasers excel in applications in which complex part geometry and a small work envelope are the norm, such as automotive fuel injectors. However, factors such as lot size, material, and process variability enable
  • Medical Device Link . Laser Marking Medical Devices and Packaging
    laser writing (also called scanned-spot laser marking) systems use YAG lasers, other lasers may be used. For example, a continuous-wave CO2 laser, with its 10.6- um wavelength, may interact better with certain plastics like PVC. Ultraviolet excimer lasers or frequency-doubled YAG (green) lasers
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    together on-line and speed up those areas of application." TUI Laser AG Incorporating an innovative tube design, compact excimer lasers are suited for cleanroom micromachining applications. Developed by TUI Laser AG (Gr afelfing, Germany), the ExciStar S-Series lasers can be used to ablate a variety

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