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Adjustable Diffractive Beam Shapers

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Adjustable Diffractive Beam ShapersAdjustable Diffractive Beam Shapers from Holo/Or Ltd. optimize the throughput and process parameters of laser welding and soldering.

The beam shapers contain multiple optical functions on different areas of the same surface, called subapertures. These elements can either be assembled with a beam switching device stirring the beam to each of the areas on a desired regime or they can be mounted on a motorized or rotation stage or as a part of a scanning system that directs the beam through different apertures.

The adjustable ring generator for high-power multimode fiber laser welding, with fiber cores of 100 μm or above, generates a spot within a ring. When mounted on a moving stage, users can easily change the ratio of intensity between the spot and the ring as desired.


Photonics Spectra
Mar 2021
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