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Cladding with High Power Diode Lasers
Author: Keith Parker, Sr.
Tuesday, February 23, 2010

This article provides an introduction to high-power diode laser technology and its use in cladding. In particular, it compares the capabilities and characteristics of diode lasers with traditional cladding methods as well as alternative laser technologies. Various sample cladding results are also presented.

File: Cladding_with_High_Power_Diode_Lasers.pdf (2.01 MB)
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