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Femtosecond Pulse Width Laser

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HARPENDEN, England, Sept. 9, 2016 — Elliot Scientific Ltd. has announced the FEMTO Taranis-based laser system from Fibercryst SAS, designed for end users of laser micromachining product developers.

The industrial femtosecond pulse width laser offers output powers up to 25 W for high-throughput, high-quality micromachining. It delivers pulse energies in excess of 80 µJ in pulse widths of less than 900 fs and with repetition rates selectable between 100 kHz and 2 MHz.

FEMTO is ideal for the cutting and drilling of hard materials, cold machining of polymers and composites and micromachining and structuring of surfaces such as medical devices and semiconductors.
Sep 2016

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