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CO2 OpticsA line of field-replacement CO2 optics that feature lenses in a wide range of focal lengths for low power lasers where depth-of- field is critical is available from Laser Research Optics.

The CO2 Laser Lenses and Mirrors meet OEM and ISO-10110 specifications and are optimized for 10.6-µm wood cutting and engraving laser systems where depth-of- field is critical. Suitable for direct field replacement, they come in 1/2- to 1-1/2-in. diameter sizes with focal lengths from 1 to 25 in., ½-in. increments. They are offered with coatings to meet specific phase and polarization requirements.

Especially effective for plywood, the lenses have 40-20 scratch-dig surface quality, <1/40th wave sphericity and provide <0.2 percent total absorption values. The lenses and mirrors are available for Camtech, Emission Technologies, Epilog, Ferba, Kern, Laser Pro Engravers, LST Lasers, Pinnacle , Synrad, Trotec, Universal and Vytek engraving and marking lasers.


Published: February 2017
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