Lee Laser green lasers deliver 'top hat' beam profiles

Lee Laser LDP series green lasers

The LDP series of green lasers, emitting up to 60 W at 532 nm, deliver square “top hat” beam profiles for industrial, scientific, and medical applications. They offer processing speeds of 6 m/s using 100 × 100 μm2 fibers. An integration kit programmed for a range of square beam applications is available for OEMs.
Lee Laser
Orlando, FL


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High Power 532nm Square Beam Delivery

Up to 60-Watts of usable power to the work piece is now available.

Lee Laser announces the ability to deliver high quality square, “Top Hat” beam profiles for industrial, scientific, and medical applications utilizing its LDP Series of Green lasers @ 532nm.

Demonstrated processing speeds of 6m / second utilizing 100µm X 100µm square fibers give Lee Laser customers increased throughput and reduced scrap due to high quality 532nm beam profiles now available.

From Lee Laser; OEM’s can now buy a complete Integration Kit, pre-aligned and programmed for a wide range of square beam profile applications.

About Lee Laser:

Since 1984, Lee Laser has been known as a global OEM manufacturer of CW and Q-Switched Nd:YAG Lasers. Key sectors served are Industrial, Medical, and Scientific integrators utilizing Lee’s 1064, 532nm, and 355nm laser products.  


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