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  • Medical Device Link . Laser-Manufactured Features in Medical Catheters and Angioplasty Devices
    seem unlimited. Three principal laser types are used in most manufacturing environments. These are the carbon dioxide (CO ) laser, the solid-state (primarily Nd:YAG) laser, and the excimer laser. Each has its own distinct advantages and disadvantages when being considered for manufacturing jobs
  • 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
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    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
  • 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
  • SmartMoves TM Spotlights: PhotoScribe/TeoSys (.pdf)
    Galil motion control. With its design, PhotoScribe/ TeoSys has turned a complex laser system requiring weeks of training into an easy-touse system-an Excimer laser, custom software and a Galil DMC-1822 motion controller do all the work. Even users who barely know Windows© find it easy to operate
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    , 351, 308, 266, 248, 193, and 157 nm. A fully equipped applications development laboratory is staffed with laser scientists. To accommodate prototyping to high-volume production, a contract manufacturing facility is equipped with industrial excimer laser workstations. Applications include
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    of power output options, and a compact, portable excimer laser system. Two turnkey, beam-steered galvo laser systems from are designed for excising and ablating polymers, adhesives, and polyamides. Both systems cut complex shapes while maintaining a high level of accuracy. They perform the same functions
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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

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