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  • Micromachining of Carbon Nanocomposites with Nd:YAG and Nd:YVO4 Frequency Converted Solid State Lasers
    the relationship between repetition rate, travel speed, and material removal rate. The processing consisted of cutting channels into the materials using an Nd:YVO4 laser at 1064, 532, and 355 nm wavelengths.
  • Infrared Laser Marking Application
    Infrared (1064 nm) wavelength is arguably the most versatile of the marking wavelengths. IR lasers are capable of marking a wide variety of materials but are more commonly used on metals. A few of the best application materials include metals, plastics, and other materials.
  • Laser Welding Carbon Nanocomposites
    . In the current study, direct diode and Nd:YAG solidstate lasers were used to transmission weld -carbon nanocomposite materials. The experimentation was focused on exploiting the infrared absorbing characteristics of the carbon nanocomposites. Polyetheretherketone (PEEK) based polymer was used
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    are discussed in this section. For example, two roll- and sheet-fed systems using either a CO or UV laser source can process a variety of materials. Other products presented include a diode-pumped solid-state module that provides 750 W of power at 1064 nm, a pulsed Nd:YAG laser with a variety
  • High-Power Spectrally-Stable DBR Semiconductor Lasers Designed for Pulsing in the Nanosecond Regime
    over an extremely large range of conditions, including temperature ranges of 15-60ºC and peak drive current ranges from threshold to 880 mA. These lasers exhibit peak output powers of greater than 500 mW for DBR semiconductor lasers at 976 nm and 1064 nm while remaining spectrally stable. Chirp
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    by other industrial solid-state lasers. The low-noise unit has pulse power variations <4% peak to peak. With an average power >8 W at 1064 nm, the laser offers high throughput for high-speed applications based on galvanometer scanning or rapid x-y table motion. The Q-switched laser produces

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