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Industrial Picosecond Fiber Laser

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Nufern Industrial Picosecond Fiber LaserThe NuPULSE picosecond fiber laser from Nufern has a continuously tunable pulse duration from 750 ps to 100 ns and repetition rates from 20 kHz up to 5 MHz. The short pulse duration and high repetition rates combine to give high speed, permanent black marking on a variety of metals. The single mode beam quality and picosecond pulses open up a variety of high-precision marking and cold-processing micromachining applications such as Li-Ion battery foil cutting.

The NuPULSE provides all these features in a compact and easy to integrate package with a 1.5 meter umbilical and integrated isolator and beam expander. The laser is completely controlled via an industry standard digital interface with optional DB25 or RS-232.


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GLOSSARY
fiber laser
A laser in which the lasing medium is an optical fiber doped with low levels of rare-earth halides to make it capable of amplifying light. Output is tunable over a broad range and can be broadband. Laser diodes can be used for pumping because of the fiber laser's low threshold power, eliminating the need for cooling.
cutting
The process of forming a lens to a given pattern, or of cutting a piece of glass along the line of scratch.
scribing
The process of perforating a silicon or ceramic substrate with a series of tiny holes along which it will break. Nd:YAG or CO2 lasers are now routinely used.
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