Reel-to reel machining using ultra short pulsed lasers

March 2011
Industrial Laser Solutions;Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p4
The article offers information on the reel-to-reel laser system developed by 3D-Micromac AG to meet the demands on-the-fly-processing products for flexible substrates in the U.S. It mentions that laser processing of thin films on top of flexible substrate for applications in the field of electronic devices and flexible solar cells. It then explains that the process can also be used to produce flexible solar cells.


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