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  • 030194-New_ultrafast_laser
    NEW ULTRAFAST LASER PROBES SECRETS OF SOLAR CELLS SANTA CRUZ, CA--The contents of a new laboratory at the University of California, Santa Cruz, are so sensitive that they require specially designed heating, air-conditioning, electrical-wiring, and water systems. Inside the lab, on top of tables
  • How does the laser process work?
    The laser cutting process uses a focused laser beam and assist gas to sever metallic plate with high accuracy and exceptional process reliability. The laser beam is generated by a resonator, and delivered through the cutting nozzle via a system of mirrors.
  • Laser Engraving of ID Cards(.pdf)
    In laser card marking, the pulsed energy produced by a laser is applied to the plastic (e.g., polycarbonate) card creating characters, images and even photographs via a set steering mirrors and/or a translation stage. The transferred laser energy heats or carbonizes the card material. If the pulse
  • Phase Conjugate Laser Optics - Preface
    of SBS mirrors to compensate for phase aberrations of. gain media. It is also important to highlight (as done in Chapter 7) that an SBS. nonlinear mirror can perform pulse compression in the time domain. This brings the. opportunity of controlling both spatial and temporal characteristics of laser
  • Smart Computing Article - Laser Printers
    printers are fast and relatively quiet, and they're capable of producing quality images and text that not too many years ago were only available through professional print shops. At the top of the home/office printer heap are laser printers, also occasionally called page printers because they print
  • Rapid Scanning Applications Drive Mirror Design (.pdf)
    called "M Cubed". Mr. Brown recently published an article on this topic in the technology section of Laser Focus World where he detailed the important mirror design considerations in order to achieve the best scanning performance.
  • Ultra-thin mirror for high-performance optics
    is transferred into a laser beam. "Today's semiconductor lasers demand mirrors that can deliver high reflectivity, but without the extra thickness, " explains Chang-Hasnain. "When mirror thickness is reduced, devices get significantly lighter, which in turn translates into less power consumption
  • Purging the Plenum for Better Laser Cutting: How Dry Compressed Air Can Increase Laser Intensity
    Typically, compressed air or nitrogen circulates in the plenum to ensure that water, dirt, dust, smoke, haze, and solid particulate matter are absent so that the mirrors in a laser resonator do not become cloudy. In recent years, membrane air dryer systems that provide drying and removal

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