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Vanadate Laser

Photonics.com
Jan 2016
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FARMINGTON, Conn., Jan. 27, 2016 — Trumpf Inc. has announced the TruMark 1110 diode-pumped vanadate laser, part of the TruMark Station 3000 compact marking station, designed for customers with small or medium batch sizes looking to integrate the marking process into production lines.

The TruMark 1110 laser’s beam source, controls, internal focal position control and scanner are within an enclosure roughly the size of a shoebox, simplifying installation or integration into production lines. The laser offers high beam quality, peak pulse power and repetition frequencies to process medium-sized batches reliably.


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GLOSSARY
vanadate laser
Lasers based on neodymium-doped yttrium or gadolinium vanadate crystals. These include yttrium vanadate (Nd:YVO4), gadolinium vanadate (Nd:GdVO4), and lutetium vanadate (Nd:LuVO4). Vanadate lasers are commonly used in marking applications.
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