CT) has expanded its lineup of
diode pumped disk lasers with
the TruMicro 5250 compact picosecond
(ps) laser. The ps-laser
is based on disk technology
and combines 6 ps pulses
with a diffraction limited beam
and high pulse-to-pulse stability
starting with the first pulse. In
addition, the ultra-short pulses of different wavelengths in IR (1030
nm), green (515 nm) and UV (343 nm) enable almost perfect ablation
processes on all kinds of material. High-speed welding and cutting with
enhanced precision, deep penetration welding, hybrid welding, and
large scale scanner welding are typical applications for TruDisk lasers.
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