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  • The Laser Guidebook
    The Laser Guidebook. Designed for ease of use and to explain the operation and characteristics of different types of lasers, this book is written to help end-users quickly and easily choose the laser best suited to their needs.
  • Laser Welding
    Laser welding uses an intense energy beam as its heat source. It is accomplished at very high speeds with low heat generation and little or no distortion. Because filler materials are not required, laser welds are less bulky and more precise. Laser welds are also very repeatable because
  • Confocal Laser
    Confocal technology employs a laser to deliver concentrated light to a specimen that is reflected back through the optical path to a small aperture, the confocal pinhole, and then to image sensor. The pinhole allows "optical sections" to be created that can be positioned anywhere within a specimen
  • Laser Trackers
    Many industries, including the automotive and aerospace industries, must precisely measure the three-dimensional features of large objects. An increasingly popular way to do this is with the laser tracker, a device first introduced in the late 1980s. As its name suggests, the laser tracker measures
  • Laser Diffraction
    The technique of laser diffraction relies on the fact that particles passing through a laser beam scatter light at an angle that is inversely proportional to their size (small particles scatter light at high angles whereas large particles scatter light at low angles). It is therefore possible
  • Case Study: Fiber Laser vs CO2 Laser
    Laser marking on stainless steel with a CO2 laser is very timely and messy process. Due to the reflective nature of the metal surface and the operational wavelength, CO2 laser systems require a laser marking material (LMM,) to permanently mark the surface. The LMM is sprayed onto the surface
  • Laser Solutions - Laser Die Repair (.pdf)
    Manual welding/cladding, using pulsed Nd:YAG lasers, is a developing process that has recently been introduced to North American tool and moldmakers. Laser energy supplies the heat to fuse tool steel filler wire onto worn tool steel surfaces to achieve superior surface restoration. Two
  • Laser Welding Plastics Using a Fiber Laser
    of plastic welding have been found since the need to join plastic parts became of great importance. Methods like vibration, linear/orbital, ultrasonic, spin, and hot plate welding have been used but with the development of the fiber laser, it has been noticed that laser welding is very efficient

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