High energy ultrafast lasers
Affordable ultrafast lasers combine the advantages of robust fiber laser technology with the high energies of solid-state diode-pumped free space amplifiers.
RPMC (O'Fallon, MO) now offers compact, air-cooled picosecond lasers manufactured by Attodyne Inc. These affordable ultrafast lasers combine the advantages of robust fiber laser technology with the high energies of solid-state diode-pumped free space amplifiers.
A fiber-based DPSS laser, the APL-500-1064 – (5ps, 25uJ @ 10kHz, M2 <1.2) can be pulsed on demand from 0 to 500kHz. Attodyne's design incorporates a non-traditional laser cavity that is not susceptible to misalignment or frequent maintenance.
Custom Picosecond Lasers – (Near to Mid-IR, 5uJ-50mJ, 5ps-500ps) The modular design of the Attodyne lasers allow them to be customized to meet various application needs for power, pulse energy, rep rate, and wavelength. High energy near IR units are available with energy levels of approximately 50mJ at low rep rates. Ultrafast pulsed mid-IR versions are available with pulse energies up to 2mJ. These mid-IR units combine the compact and robustness of the near-IR lasers without the cost and maintenance issues associated with multi component femtosecond sources.
Attodyne's family of lasers is a reliable solution for numerous industrial applications such as repair of thin film transistors, thin film processing, repair of printed circuit boards, masks and flat panel displays, dicing, scribing and interconnecting wafers.