Laser Applications Lab Offers Expanded Capabilities

Control Micro Systems says it has expanded the capabilities of its laser applications lab to include shorter pulse widths, higher peak power, more wavelengths and more diversified lasers.

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Control Micro Systems says it has expanded the capabilities of its laser applications lab to include shorter pulse widths, higher peak power, more wavelengths and more diversified lasers. The lab develops laser solutions for a variety of marking, welding, cutting, drilling and material ablation applications. A newer femtosecond laser station develops emerging short-pulse-width material processing applications such as glass cutting and micromachining. Lab services are offered at no charge to qualified prospective users of the companies’ laser material processing systems.

The company says it has also expanded the lab capabilities to include carbon dioxide laser power ranging to 500 W, ytterbium fiber laser ranging to 3 kW peak power and a range of pulsed solid-state lasers. A range of materials can be handled with laser wavelengths ranging from the far-infrared to 2 microns and from visible spectrum to ultraviolet wavelengths.