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Laser Measurement Best Practices: How and When to Apply Measurements

Author: Kenneth Ferree, Director of Sales
Wednesday, February 01, 2017
There are many challenges that come with laser material processing. New tools can provide the means for more thorough application development, successful laser system integration, and can help to implement a more comprehensive laser maintenance program. Benchmarking the laser system’s performance in key areas, such as power density, beam size and shape, and at-process and in-process measurements, allows you to understand and adjust laser behavior in the event that physical laser system components deteriorate or fail. Here's how to understand how the laser is interacting with the material being processed.
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