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Supplier: JENOPTIK Optical Systems, Inc.
Description: With the 1x to 4x Beam Expanders and the 2x to 10x Beam Expanders Jenoptik offers variable expansion optics to complete the product range of lenses for high precision laser material processing. Based on an optimized engineering concept, these beam expanders are very robust and compact, so
- Type: Beam Expander
Supplier: Synrad, Inc.
Description: a suitable gas onto the work surface. Beam expanders/collimators enhance the quality of the final focused spot. With standard threads, these components make the design and assembly of any beam delivery system simple and quick.
Description: The entry-level LP-300 series provides an excellent low-cost alternative to traditional marking and labeling technologies such as stamping, ink-jet printing and chemical etching. The LP-300 series are CO2 lasers appropriate for marking of non-metal objects.
- Beam Delivery Component: Beam Expander, Beam Shutter / Dump, Beam Switching / Galvo Mirror, Galvanometer Scanner, Guidance Module (Flying Optics), Laser Head / Focusing Unit, Pointing Diode / Beam Injector
- Monitoring Sensors / System: Yes
- Laser Type: CO2
- Process / Operation: Laser Cutting, Laser Forming / Cladding, Laser Marking, Tube Processing
Supplier: FOBA North America
Description: , glasses, bottles and packaging of all kinds. The special feature here is: fast-moving products – such as in beverage lines – are coded by the ALLMARK APS faster than with any other laser marker. Individual products can be marked in 1 to 2 microseconds in the highest marking quality
- Beam Delivery Component: Beam Bender / Mirror Block, Beam Collimator, Beam Expander, Beam Shutter / Dump, Beam Splitter, Beam Switching / Galvo Mirror, Circular Polarizer / Phase Retarder, Gas Assist / Laser Nozzle, Laser Head / Focusing Unit, Reflection Isolator, Resonator Optics
- Laser Type: CO2, Other
- Materials Processed: Semiconductors / Electronics, Soft / Fibrous (Wood, Foams, Textiles), Tissue / Medical
- Unit Type: Handheld
Supplier: Knight Optical Ltd.
Description: be in a beam expander. Our stock high-index concave lenses are AR coated efficiency. We can offer custom high index concave lenses in a range of high indexoptical glasses to meet your requirements or alternatively edge stock lenses for a quick turnaround, please enquire.
- Lens Type: Spherical Lens
- Materials: SF11 Glass
Supplier: Rolyn Optics Company
Description: The design of the Beam Expanders is based on a Galilean Telescope configuration which is corrected as an afocal system for use over a range of narrow wavebands. The wavefront illustrations give the design performance of these lenses. Apart from expanding a beam, this lens allows the control
- Type / Mounting: Desktop Stand
- Applications: Assembly, Electronics Manufacturing, Forensics, Industrial Inspection, Jewelry / Gemology, Vision Aid, Tool & Die / Machinist
Supplier: II-VI INFRARED
Description: are also used in anamorphic beam expanders to reduce astigmatism in the laser beam. Many waveguide-type lasers produce astigmatic beams. Since most laser applications require symmetric Gaussian beams, astigmatic beams must be corrected. The usual type of optic used in anamorphic beam expanders
- Lens Type: Spherical Lens, Other
- Materials: Zinc Selenide
Supplier: JENOPTIK Optical Systems, Inc.
Description: Well-designed beam delivery is the only way of maximizing the efficiency in laser material processing – for drilling, dicing, fine cutting, structuring, perforating, marking and texturing. These are typical applications of JENar™ F-Theta Lenses and JENar™ Beam Expanders. Jenoptik
- Type: Telecentric Lens
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GT Schmidt Marking Systems
CO2 Laser Marking
configuration is extremely easy and only a keyboard and a display screen are required. Connection to the laser is available through USB connection. CO2 laser systems can be used to mark 2d barcodes, 2d data matrix, logos, or any sequence of characters and numbers on your parts and products. Marking data can be input manually, bar code scanned, or downloaded from your mainframe computer or network system. Laser Head Configuration. Air cooling (Support 100% duty). Beam Expander 2x (3x or 4x optional). OEM... (read more)
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Using Laser Beam Expanders
Laser Beam expanders are designed to decrease the laser's beam spot size at large distances. There are two main types of beam expanders: Keplerian and Galilean. In its simplest form, the Galilean type consists of a positive and a negative focal length lens whereas the Keplerian type consists of two
Laser Beam Expander Theory
collimated light. size for any diffraction limited lens. Now consider a beam waist (S ) such as that emerging from. Galilean Beam Expanders. o. a low power TEM gas laser (figure 1). We are considering a. The most common type of beam expander is derived from. oo. low power laser so that it can
Laser Beam Expander Theory (.pdf)
collimated light. size for any diffraction limited lens. Now consider a beam waist (S ) such as that emerging from. Galilean Beam Expanders. o. a low power TEM gas laser (figure 1). We are considering a. The most common type of beam expander is derived from. oo. low power laser so that it can be assumed
Laser Cutting Kapton
the electronics and aerospace. sectors and is commonly cut with Diode Pump. solid state lasers. Set-up. Laser: SPI 200W Water-Cooled laser. Machining head: Laser Mechanisms cutting head. Focal length: 50 mm, X2 beam expander. Process gas: Argon, 10 bar. Laser Parameters: 70W P-Set 1.35kHz 0.7ms. Fig.1 Fiber
Laser Cutting of Tungsten
but in its purest. form, it is commonly used in electronics. applications for example as interconnect. material in integrator circuits, electron emitters. and light bulb filaments. Set-up: Laser: SPI 200W water cooled Fiber Laser. Machining head: Laser Mechanisms, Finekerf. Focal length: 50 mm, X2 beam
Laser Scribing of Ceramics
Mechanisms. Process gas: Oxygen, 10 bar. Focal length: 50 mm, X2 beam expander. Figure 2: Alumina scribed with 200W laser at 350. Hz, 2.8 m/min. ©SPI Lasers 2008. Version 1.0
High Contrast Fiber Laser Marking of Silicon Carbide
. Figure 3: 55% power at 15 kHz. 0.35 m/sec, 1st pass. as well as for tooling applications. 55% power at 35Khz. 0.35 m/sec, 2nd pass. Set-up: Wave Form = 0. Laser: SPI 20W Pulsed Laser. Machining head: X-Y Galvo Scanner Head (max. speed 7.0 m/sec). Focal. length: 163mm, 2x variable beam. expander. A beam
A Novel Tunable Diode Laser Using Volume Holographic Gratings (.pdf)
tuning range using VHGs. 2. DISPERSIVE AND NON-DISPERSIVE EXTERNAL LASER CAVITIES. In the Littrow cavity (Fig.1(a)) the diffraction grating, typically blazed, retro-reflects the diffraction order back in the. direction approximately opposite to the incoming collimated beam. The zero order
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