Materials LASER processing
Materials LASER processing
Materials LASER processing
Materials LASER processing
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Nanosecond pulses:

Features:
NIR emitting fiber lasers (20 W and 70 W power).
Pulse duration: 4 – 200 ns, with pulse repetition frequency of 20 kHz – 1 Mhz.

The image corresponds to a deposited glass sample of Cu by laser-induced reverse transfer (LIRT technique).

 

Picosecond pulses:

Features:
nIR emission at 1064 nm, nominal average power 9 W, 800 ps pulse duration, 200 to 800 kHz pulse repetition frequency.
UV emission at 355 nm, nominal average power 2 W, pulse duration 300 ps, pulse repetition frequency 200 to 800 kHz.

Femto to picosecond pulses:

Features:
nIR emission at 1030 nm, 40 W nominal average power, 228 fs – 10 ps pulse duration, 1 Hz – 1 MHz pulse repetition frequency.
Vis emission at 515 nm, 23 W nominal average power, 249 fs – 10 ps pulse duration, 1 Hz – 1 MHz pulse repetition frequency.
UV emission at 343 nm, 11 W nominal average power, 238 fs – 10 ps pulse duration, 1 Hz – 1 MHz pulse repetition frequency.

The photographs correspond to iridescent stainless steel samples obtained with fs laser beam scanning.

Contact: Xerman de la Fuente (xerman@unizar.es)

Patented Laser Furnace (CSIC-University of Zaragoza).

Experimental laboratory laser furnace, solid support movement at travel speeds above 30 mm/h.
Prototype 4 m long continuous roller laser furnace, sample displacement from 1 to 4 m/h.
Mid-IR (10.6 µm) CO2 emitting slab laser with Galvo scanner for coupling to the above furnaces.
Pre-industrial prototype of electrically heated laser furnace with 13 m long ceramic roller, sample displacement 5-50 m/h with integrated 2 kW cw (10.6 µm) CO2 laser with Galvo Scanner.

Contact: Xerman de la Fuente (xerman@unizar.es)

 

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