Light Consverion new carbide 80W model

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Along with the existing 80W, 40W and 20W models of Carbide, femtosecond laser manufacturer Light Conversion now offers an 80W model with 2mJ pulse energy.

The lasers offer years of maintenance-free operation in micro-machining tasks, such as drilling and cutting various metals and other materials, and state-of-the-art research.

The entire Carbide series shares a number of features: pulse-to-pulse energy stability and long-term power stability; tunable GHz and MHz burst with burst-inburst (BiBurst) functionality; pulse-to-pulse energy modulation via fast energy control; beam quality and beam pointing stability; an automated harmonic generator option for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th harmonics; module for wavelength tunability – an industrial-grade, optical parametric amplifier I-OPA; and the ability to switch to nanosecond operation.

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