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Aluminum Variable Radius Mirror

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SAXONBURG, Pa., Feb. 21, 2020 — Aluminum Variable Radius MirrorThe aluminum variable radius mirror from II-VI Inc. is a water-cooled device for next-generation lasers with up to 20 kW of output power.

The mirror is made of aluminum, which is 80% lighter than comparable copper and stainless-steel solutions. It enables laser processing heads to precisely maintain the focal point of the laser beam on the workpiece by adjusting the mirror’s radius of curvature.

The aluminum variable radius mirror benefits from high-durability dielectric coatings and can be designed to withstand >100 million mirror actuations.


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Feb 2020
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