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Piezo Laser Modules

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BOZEMAN, Mont., May 2, 2018 — Piezo Laser ModulesA compact, high-precision line of piezo laser modules for ablation applications has been announced by Quantum Composers Inc.

The new line contains a series of compact commercial and OEM modules, which include an attenuator, XY aperture, rotating waveplate, and filter wheel. These piezo laser modules are the result of customer demands for smaller, lighter, and more cost-effective beam delivery components. The use of the piezo motors creates faster adjustments for a higher level of precision.

The modules were designed for lasers in the 1064-nm range with tact times <1 s and a damage threshold of 5 J/cm2. Each module has a 20-mm beam height. With no standard module larger than 45 mm, the size is ideal for researchers wanting to create smaller systems or test beds. The modules are easily controlled via USB or RS232, and custom solutions are also available for more specific applications.
May 2018
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