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piShaper 6-6

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BERLIN, April 8, 2014 — AdlOptica Optical Systems has introduced the piShaper 6-6 2.05, piShaper 6-6 1.9-2.8, and piShaper 6-7 4.4-4.8 to its series of beam-shaping optics for the mid-IR spectrum (2-8 µm).

These YAG and ZnSe systems convert a Gaussian laser beam into a flattop beam of low divergence while keeping a uniform intensity profile over large working distance, and with nearly 100 percent efficiency. It also features a flat output phase front, no internal focusing, similar input and output beam sizes and compactness.

The piShaper series can be used in applications such as plastics welding, spectroscopy and ablation.
Apr 2014

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