Lumentum to show picosecond micromachining laser at SPIE Photonics West 2016
The newly designed PicoBlade 2 picosecond micromachining laser enables high productivity with its compact industrial design and a fully detachable umbilical for easy integration.
The newly designed PicoBlade 2 picosecond micromachining laser enables high productivity with its compact industrial design and a fully detachable umbilical for easy integration. The optical components are contained in a hermetically sealed and temperature-stabilized housing, giving the laser its robustness and ensuring excellent long-term stability. The company's FlexBurst and MegaBurst capabilities enable splitting energy of a single pulse (single-pulse mode) into a group of pulses (burst mode), further minimizing heat effect and increasing the ablation rate from the cutting sample. A repetition rate from single shot to 8 MHz, coupled with a proprietary synchronization method (SYNC), allows the use of high-speed polygon scanning. Additional features include the company's new AccuTrig technology enabling arbitrary, external triggering with precise timing control and excellent pulse energy stability. The laser is available at the fundamental wavelength of 1064 nm, as well as green (532 nm) and UV (355 nm), with all three models coming in the same package size.
SPIE Photonics West booth number: 2017
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Headquarters: Milpitas, CA
Product: PicoBlade 2 picosecond micromachining laser
Key Features: Frequency operating range from single shot to 8 MHz
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