LANL buys laser micromachining workstation

J P Sercel Associates has sold an IX-260 ChromAblate excimer laser based micromachining workstation to Los Alamos National Laboratory

J P Sercel Associates has sold an IX-260 ChromAblate excimer laser based micromachining workstation to Los Alamos National Laboratory.

The system is configured with a high-quality UV excimer laser, a 193nm beam delivery system for VUV applications such as glass processing, and a single-axis motorized mask positioner. This feature enables the user to select a number of mask images under computer control. The system includes the company's software interface, which integrates all stages of motion, as well as the laser fire mechanism and laser maintenance functions, in a single easy-to-use platform.

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