LIMO to showcase beam transformation system at SPIE Photonics West 2017

A high-power beam transformation system (BTS) is produced from fused silica with minimal oxygen-hydrogen bonds for use in high-performance laser systems with outputs over 10 kW.

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A high-power beam transformation system (BTS) is produced from fused silica with minimal oxygen-hydrogen bonds for use in high-performance laser systems with outputs over 10 kW for hardening, additive manufacturing, cutting, and welding applications, among others. The BTS can be used to couple laser light into a circular fiber and produce a free laser beam, and comprises the company's FAC160 fast-axis collimator and a diagonal lens array for a 90° rotation of the laser beam. Preassembled on a glass block (bottom tab) for easier handling and with a pitch of 200 or 400 µm, the system is capable of coupling up to 50 emitters with an output of approximately 250 to 500 W per bar and a 50% fill factor.

SPIE Photonics West booth number: 1740

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Contact:LIMO
Headquarters: Dortmund, Germany
Product: Beam transformation system
Key Features: Made from fused silica with minimal oxygen-hydrogen bonds

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