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Dual-Fiber Output Laser

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Dual-Fiber Output LaserThe HighLight™ FL-ARM switchable, adjustable ring mode (ARM) dual-fiber output laser from Coherent Inc. can sequentially power two separate workstations or processes.

Dual-fiber output delivers increased throughput in cost-sensitive, high-volume welding applications, particularly in automotive manufacturing for the welding of doors, hang-on parts, ultra-high strength steel components, and aluminum body frames. Alternately, the second fiber can act as a redundant backup for the first, thus minimizing service downtime when required.

HighLight FL-ARM implements power sharing through Fiber-Fiber-Switch technology. The process fibers use an Adjustable Ring Mode configuration, comprising a dual-core delivery fiber to produce a central spot surrounded by another concentric ring of laser light. The power levels in the center and the ring can be independently adjusted and modulated on demand. A multi-stage back reflection immunity system enhances laser reliability and lifetime, enabling the safe processing of highly reflective materials including brass, copper, and aluminum.

Photonics Spectra
Feb 2020

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