Holo/OR has developed a diffractive optical element (DOE) that significantly accelerates the laser brazing process for hot-dip galvanised metal sheets
The Lasers in Action forum during Lasys covered topics such as micromachining, cladding and welding, additive manufacturing, laser safety, beam shaping and ultrafast lasers.
Holo/OR, industrial partner of Laser Components, has developed a diffractive optical element (DOE) that significantly accelerates the laser brazing process for hot-dip galvanised metal sheets
Technological advancements at Laser Components’ partner Holo/OR have made possible a single polychromatic element which converts a Gaussian beam to a collimated top-hat
Laser Components will be exhibiting its high-power triple laser mirrors
The new diffractive double-spot elements from Holo/OR have an efficiency of 97%;
previous standard versions only achieved 81%.
Using the new Zoom Beam Expander from Laser Components, both the laser spot size and focus height can be adjusted in real time
Laser Components introduces a new platform to the Keopsys range of pulsed erbium fibre lasers, the PK50
The new ADL-83Y51TL offers a high performance and low cost solution for any application requiring high power NIR radiation with a longitudinal single mode beam profile
Laser Components is delighted to announce a new range of laser diodes spanning the wavelength range from 1,060nm through to 1,600nm
Matthew Dale explores some of the latest technology for manipulating and measuring the beam, including a multi-spot optical module for laser brazing and a contactless beam analysis device
Moving to very high power lasers for welding metals, like aluminium in car production, has some big benefits, as Greg Blackman finds out