Onefive to showcase 100 W picosecond laser at LASER World of Photonics China 2017

March 1, 2017
The Genki - 10 XP picosecond laser is housed in compact package for cost-effective workstation integration.

The Genki - 10 XP picosecond laser is housed in compact package for cost-effective workstation integration. The laser provides up to 100 W average power, 300 μJ pulse energy at 1064 nm, and pulse repetition rates up to 80 MHz.

LASER World of Photonics China booth number: 3107

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Contact: Onefive
Headquarters: Regensdorf, Switzerland
Product: Genki - 10 XP picosecond laser
Key Feature: 100 W average power

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