266nm DPSS laser micromachining

Kardos, Gabor; Derkach, Oleg; Schaeffer, Ronald D.
December 2006
Industrial Laser Solutions;Dec2006, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p16
The article focuses on the application of 266nm diode-pumped solid-state (DPSS) laser in micromachining. It could be noted that DPSS lasers continue to work for thousands of hours with little or no maintenance when turned on. Most of the 266nm lasers use the galvanometer beam delivery systems to work efficiently. They also cost less and are easy to operate. It was found out that the more a material absorbs, the better the processing results can be.


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