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tools and ideal for use on moving gantries in solar cell, LED and microelectronics manufacturing, and laser- marking applications . Based on Spectra-Physics’ patented architecture, the new laser delivers exceptional pulse-to-pulse stability
YAG, picosecond and femtosecond lasers. In addition, Rofin also offers a comprehensive range of solutions for remote welding , tube welding, and several standard and special machines for micro and marking applications .
capability to individually configure the CUBE for a multitude of marking applications . This innovative system is equally at home in a production ..... providing a compact and cost effective solution to virtually all marking applications .
generated from this laser is is perfect for metal marking applications . We can mark on a variety of metals steel. Brass ..... markets a lot of medical device, various industrial marking applications . This particular wave length of light works quite
and components. These marking applications have more or less matured ..... materials with an emphasis on marking applications , deep engraving, or two ..... FIGURE 3. Hylax Nd:YAG marking applications (left to right, top to bottom
durations of between 100 and 200 ns, operating in the 20–80 kHz range. They are typically used for general marking applications , giving a good balance between peak power and pulse energy and generating acceptable results on many metallic and
technological advancements have allowed the entry of compact, low-power lasers into more mainstream coding and marking applications , giving manufacturers another attractive option for their product identification needs. The difference Instead
be significantly higher). With a fully integrated RF power supply, overall dimensions of 528 x 117 x 171 mm, and air- or water-cooled configurations, the unit is ideal for high-speed engraving and marking applications .
of the lamp pumped solid state (LPSS) and diode pumped solid state (DPSS) lasers traditionally used in basic marking applications , but they have seen limited success at displacing DPSS lasers in high finesse applications. Pulsed DPSS lasers
the pulse width and thus peak power changes with changing pulse energy. For many years now, plastic card marking applications have been served by DPSS and LPSS Q-switched lasers. Modern fiber lasers can now match and in most cases exceed