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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
  • Laser Drilling Tablets for Use in Osmotic and Other Novel Drug Delivery Systems
    , many organics are transparent at the near infrared output wavelength (1.06 um) of industrial lasers based on Nd:YAG. Most organics also are strongly absorptive in the deep ultraviolet, and therefore could be processed using excimer lasers. However, the material removal mechanism in the ultraviolet
  • 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
  • Liver On A Chip? Maybe Someday, Say Researchers
    channels and pores in the polymer scaffolds are micromachined using highly precise UV excimer lasers custom designed by The UV laser micromachining application was developed in JPSA's
  • MICRO: Ultrapure Gas Delivery - Karwacki (February 2001)
    in excimer lasers is critical to the industry. While the actual amount of fluorine fueling a laser is typically <0.2% by volume, it is usually delivered to the laser at concentrations between 1 and 5% and then diluted at the point of use by rare gases such as krypton or argon in neon. Although gas costs
  • Medical Device Link .
    A Class 1, fully enclosed system is in an excimer laser configuration. The IX-200 ChromAblate unit has a 238-nm wavelength that is suitable for micromachining of polymers, ceramics, and polyimides. An optional 193-nm beam-delivery package is also available, which is useful for materials that do
    Phoenix corporate research laboratories to demonstrate the capabilties of the Radiance process, a dry-cleaning technology that uses an excimer laser and a nonreactive gas to lift contaminants from wafers, FPD substrates, and photomasks. Built by Neuman MicroTechnologies
  • MICRO: Product Extras (June '2000)
    will provide service and spare parts for excimer lasers installed on ASML's steppers and scanners. Under a new agreement, ASML's customers can directly contact Cymer's field service engineers for laser-related service and spare parts. Information: 858/385-7139;, http://

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