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Laser Processing SystemsThe SPOLD and LD-Heater laser processing systems from Hamamatsu Photonics KK feature real-time integrated temperature measuring to enable simpler and more precise thermal laser processes.

Based on diode lasers, the systems operate with a wavelength of 940 nm and an output power of up to 360 W. Spot sizes from 0.1 to 6.4 mm in diameter are available and, if required, line optics can adapt the laser properties to the task at hand. A top hat beam profile and its resulting energy distribution allow an optimal and homogeneous heat input to the objects to be processed. SPOLD allows a relative temperature measurement of the processed object surfaces, while LD-Heaters allow for an absolute one.

The two systems can be used for plastic welding, laser-sintering, adhesive curing, and soldering. They are also suitable for the waterproof sealing of plastics, such as those used in the manufacture of mobile phones, for the hermetic sealing of glass products, which are required in medical technology, and other applications.

Photonics Spectra
Jan 2020

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