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Femtosecond FLCPA System

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Calmar Laser’s Cazadero femtosecond fiber laser chirped pulse amplifier (FLCPA) system provides users with full control of pulse repetition rates and pulse energies to meet their application requirements. To cover the gamut from precision surgical procedures to micromachining processes, pulses can also be delivered in customizable burst mode sequences or in single-shot mode. The Cazadero was first introduced for precision materials processing applications in medicine and microelectronics manufacturing. It now provides up to 20-µJ pulse energies and offers megahertz repetition rates with a typical pulse width of <500 fs. It provides good pulse-to-pulse stability, a low-pedestal pulse shape, and an output beam with roundness better than 80% and M2 <1.2. The laser is air-cooled and designed for stable operation in demanding OEM applications.

Jan 2012

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