On demand: Innovation Award Shortlist: Laser systems for industrial production engineering
Now available on-demand discover more about the shortlisted companies in April's Laser World of Photonics Innovation Award. This webcast features the shortlist from the Lasers Systems for Industrial Production Engineering category.
This webcast is aimed at chief technical officers (CTOs), heads of research and development (R&D), business development teams and representatives from academia wanting to learn about new, exciting technologies that have been acclaimed by an independent jury of industry experts.
Carbide-80W-2mJ femtosecond laser with BiBurst
The latest Carbide model is a femtosecond laser combining average power of up to 80 W, high pulse energy of up to 2mJ, and excellent output stability. Carbide features market-leading tunability of parameters without compromises to beam quality and stability. The reliability of Carbide has been proven by hundreds of systems operating 24/7 in the industrial environment.
Matt Everett, Product Line Director, 3D Sensing
High-performance multi-junction addressable VCSEL arrays for long-range lidar applications
Lumentum multi-junction VCSEL arrays are an innovative solution to delivering the significantly higher peak optical power densities and efficiencies required for longer-range applications by decreasing the electrical current needed and simplifying electrical driver and package design. The addition of array addressability to Lumentum leading-edge VCSEL arrays enables a more compact, reliable, robust, and fully solid-state lidar solution with no moving parts.
Dr Florent Thibault, CEO
VULQ1 Multibeam marking solutions
Customer engagement, anti-counterfeiting, brand protection, tracking and tracing are industry wide concerns. While data management infrastructures and services are now available, the key challenge for manufacturers resides in how to individually identify their products. Standard industrial marking solutions can risk failing to deliver because they cannot combine precision, throughput, quality. The combination of advanced laser technology and multibeam marking process is available to answer this problem. The 2D codes or alphanumeric are stamped in a single laser pulse. The marking rate exceeds 10 unique markings per second, down to 500µm code size with optimal quality. Glass or polymers can be direct-marked in-line.
Matthew Dale, editor of Laser Systems Europe
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