Photonics Dictionary

electron-beam drilling

The use of a tightly focused beam of electrons to drill minute holes in substances. The drilling is accomplished by the evaporation of the material in the desired circumference by the intense heat of the beam, while leaving the material outside relatively unchanged.
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