Micromachining system from JPSA Laser configurable with a picosecond laser

The IX-6168 micromachining system can be configured with a picosecond laser and galvanometer for applications such cutting, hole-drilling, via-drilling, texturing, thin film removal/patterning, and machining of 3D features. Available lasers offer wavelengths from 355 to 1064 nm to increase throughput in high-volume production facilities.

JP Sercel Associates (JPSA Laser)
Manchester, NH

jstearns@jpsalaser.com

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Ultrafast Laser Micromachining at JPSA

Manchester, New Hampshire, USA– JP Sercel Associates, Inc. (JPSA), a world leader in advanced laser micro machining, announces expansion of their Ultrafast processing capabilities.  Utilizing innovative laser beam delivery techniques with the latest Pico-second lasers, JPSA delivers high precision results for customers in high-volume production facilities.  Markets include LED, semiconductor, Solar, and bio-medical industries.  

 JPSA’s experienced laser scientists in the Applications Laboratory have integrated Pico-second laser systems at wavelengths ranging from UV to IR (355nm – 1064nm), to provide precision machining, cutting, and hole drilling, with minimized thermal effects.  JPSA Pico-second laser systems provide high peak energy intensity, resulting from the short pulse duration, enabling these lasers to increase coupling with materials that are typically transparent to lasers with longer pulse widths.  JPSA’s patent-pending beam delivery technologies significantly enhance the Pico-second laser machining throughputs up to 10 times faster than laser materials processing competitors performing similar applications.

In making the announcement, Jeffrey Sercel, CEO of JPSA said, “We have begun first shipment of our IX-6168 Micromachining System configured with a Pico-second laser and Galvanometer to manufacturing customers.  Applications range from cutting, hole-drilling, via-drilling, texturing, thin film removal/patterning, to machining of 3D features. Many applications and materials benefit from the clean Pico-second laser ablation.  When combined with JPSA’s patent pending beam delivery technologies, we can maximize throughput and quality to provide our customers the competitive edge.”

About JPSA
JPSA products and services include UV excimer, DPSS UV-green- IR, and Pico-second laser micromachining systems and services, UV and VUV laser beam delivery systems, laser materials processing development labs, optical damage testing, and excimer laser refurbishment services. JPSA operates a high-performance laser job shop as well as a systems engineering and manufacturing business. For more information, visit www.jpsalaser.com, or contact the company at 220 Hackett Hill Road, Manchester, NH, 03102 USA; Tel. 603.518.3200, Fax 603.518.3298.

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