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  • 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
  • Collimation Tester
    ). where d is the fringe spacing, λ is the wavelength of the. y. light, n is the index of refraction of fused silica, and θ is. y. the wedge angle. The fringes will be horizontal when the. Marked Edge. wedge angle is vertical. x. Transmitted Beam. When the wavefront is not well collimated, it has
  • 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
  • Optical Dictionary
    , "without a focal length"; an optical system with its object and image point at infinity. Aiming beam: A laser (or other light source) used as a guide light. Used coaxially with infrared or other invisible light, an aiming beam may also be a reduced level of the actual laser used for surgery
  • A Novel Tunable Diode Laser Using Volume Holographic Gratings (.pdf)
    on non-dispersive. VHGs. Figure 1(b) shows an ECL based on a non-dispersive VHG for the spectrally selective component in the cavity [1]. The. VHG acts as a narrowband reflective output coupler, which filters and reflects only a spectrally narrow portion of the. light back into the laser diode. The spectral
  • Workstation for Laser Direct-Write Processing (.pdf)
    radiation, deflects the laser beam. than 100 fs with a repetition rate of 80 MHz. It provides 350. into an infinity corrected objective (OL) that focuses the. nm (690-1040 nm) of usable tuning range with a maximum. excitation light into the sample. In all experiments shown. output average power
  • Semiconductor Micromachining Using Diode-Pumped Solid-State Lasers
    by increasing its. repetition rate and power. The implications of these results are then discussed. 1. INTRODUCTION. Lasers have long played a prominent role in the microelectronics industry, as critical light sources in lithography and. inspection1,2. More recently, lasers are also finding applications

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