CO2 laser optics for rotary etching equipment

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A full line of OEM compatible, field-replacement CO2 laser lenses that are offered with specific focal lengths optimised to the material surface has been introduced by Laser Research Optics.

Laser Research CO2 Lenses are offered in a variety of sizes with focal lengths from 1” to 25” in 0.5” increments to allow lasers to make sharper cuts with fewer passes. Optimized for 10.6 microns and meeting ISO-10110 specifications, they are ideally suited for use in rotary etching lasers.

Suitable for use in Epilog, Kern, Trotec, Universal, and Vytek lasers, Laser Research CO2 Lenses come in 0.5” to 1.5” sizes, have 40-20 scratch-dig surface quality and less than 0.2% absorption values to keep them cooler. These lenses are available from stock for immediate delivery.

Laser Research CO2 Lenses for rotary etching are priced according to size and quantity. Delivery is from stock with 24 Hour delivery. Price quotations are available upon request.

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