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563028X532 PLC Radwell Special Optics Test Equipment, Testing Laser Beam System LASER BEAM EXPANDER

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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
    of expanding 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
  • 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)
    and large 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