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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 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 Mirror Capabilities
    Explains general and custom capabilities of laser mirrors.
  • Laser ENgraving and Cutting on Plastics
    Laser machines from Trotec are used for laser cutting and marking of a wide variety of plastics. Whether you wish to laser cut plastic material or laser engrave polyethylene and silicone - we offer you the optimum laser system for your application.
  • Fundamentals of Laser Dynamics
    Fundamentals of Laser Dynamics. Placing special emphasis on the problems of low-frequency dynamics of multimode lasers, this text explores the current state of laser dynamics and provides reference data and basic experimental facts for old and new generation lasers.
  • Laser Line Scanning (.pdf)
    Laser line scanning is ideal for non-contact measurement applications - including inspection, cloudto- CAD comparison, rapid prototyping, reverse engineering, and 3D modeling. Laser line probes use a triangulation process to find the position of objects in space. A high performance laser diode

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