Picosecond lasers come of age for micromachining

May 2013
Industrial Laser Solutions;May/Jun2013, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p15
The article discusses the newly emerged industrial picosecond lasers and differentiate picosecond laser processing from nanosecond technology. It explains that laser processing offers advantage over mechanical methods for glass cutting. It also states that pisosecond lasers application for cutting thin glasses is being used for smartphone displays.


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