Laser Research Optics introduces CO2 laser optics for plastics cutting lasers

Laser Research Optics, Providence, R.I., introduces OEM quality field-replacement CO2 laser optics for popular low power lasers used in cutting and engraving plastics.

May 19th, 2011
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Laser Research Optics, Providence, R.I., introduces OEM quality field-replacement CO2 laser optics for popular low power lasers used in cutting and engraving plastics.

These CO2 laser lenses and mirrors for low power lasers used in cutting and engraving plastics applications are optimized for use at 10.6 µm and meet OEM and ISO-10110 specifications for optical elements. Available for Cincinnati®, Coherent®, Epilog®, Synrad®, Universal®, and similar lasers, these direct field-replacement optics are comparable to the originals.

In-stock for overnight shipment, these CO2 laser lenses are offered in 0.5 inch to 1 inch O.D. sizes with 1 to 12 inch focal lengths and are AR coated with dual-band coatings available to aid in system alignment. The mirrors are 1/2 inch to 10 inch thick and made from silicon, copper, and molybdenum for extra dirty environments.

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