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Infrared Imaging For Material Characterization In Fracture Mechanics Experiments
Infrared Imaging For Material Characterization In Fracture Mechanics Experiments When developing new materials, the characterization of mechanical properties becomes extremely important. Many different measurements as well as the nature of the material to be characterized dictate what parameters are needed and to what extent. Among the challenges encountered during the characterization of a material’s thermal patterns is the need for both high spatial and temporal resolution. Infrared imaging provides information about ...  Continue Reading...
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Diode Pumped Laser for Material Processing: Mesa™ Diode Pumped Laser for Material Processing: Mesa™

The MesaTM is a diode pumped laser that has been optimized for Ti: Sapphire ultrafast amplifier pumping at 6-10 GHz. Its high power/energy, high uptime, precise depth control, fast cutting/drilling, superior beam quality, small spot size, and high throughput make is especially ideal for materials processing applications.

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  • BYU Researchers Develop Flexible Glass For Microfluidic Nanodevices
    BYU Researchers Develop Flexible Glass For Microfluidic Nanodevices

    Researchers at Brigham Young University (BYU) have developed a new method to fabricate flexible nano-scale membranes using surface micromachining and silica thin films. 

  • Photonic Doping Makes Metamaterials Fabrication Easier
    Photonic Doping Makes Metamaterials Fabrication Easier

    University of Pennsylvania engineers have developed a new technique called photonic doping to design and more easily fabricate electromagnetic metamaterials.

  • Novel 2D Light Source Generates Photon Pairs
    Novel 2D Light Source Generates Photon Pairs

    Physicists from Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg (JMU) have designed a new light source based on transition metal dichalcogenide (TMDC) monolayers that emit photon pairs, which makes it suitable to carry encrypted information.

  • Coherent’s New Generation Of High Power, Industrial, Picosecond Lasers
    Coherent’s New Generation Of High Power, Industrial, Picosecond Lasers

    Coherent offers a new generation of industrial picosecond lasers featuring high performance and exceptional reliability in a lower cost platform to make a wide range of precision materials processing economically viable.  The HyperRapid NX product range includes 1064 nm output models with pulse energies as high as 250 μJ (typically with 10 ps pulse duration), at repetition rates up to 2 MHz.

  • New Green Nanosecond Lasers Increase Materials Processing Throughput
    New Green Nanosecond Lasers Increase Materials Processing Throughput

    Coherent, Inc. recently announced the expansion of their AVIA family of lasers with new, green output models that offer an unmatched combination of power, reliability, and compact size for a range of precision materials processing applications. The new AVIA NX products are q-switched, diode-pumped, solid-state lasers that deliver up to 65W of average power at 532 nm from a laser head that measures less than two feet (587 mm) in length. 

  • 2.5kW Fiber-Coupled Diode Laser System For Materials Processing Applications
    2.5kW Fiber-Coupled Diode Laser System For Materials Processing Applications

    DILAS, the diode laser company, now offers a higher power fiber-coupled diode laser system for materials processing applications with output power of 2.5kW at 980nm.

  • Highest Power Ultrafast Laser For High Throughput Materials Processing
    Highest Power Ultrafast Laser For High Throughput Materials Processing

    Coherent, Inc. has expanded its family of industrial ultrafast lasers with the new Talisker 1000 series. This new series of high power picosecond lasers is designed for high-throughput, precision materials processing applications in the semiconductor, solar (photovoltaics), medical devices, consumer electronics and automotive industries. The Talisker 1000 has three single wavelength versions available - near infrared (1064 nm), green (532 nm) and ultraviolet (355 nm) - all at 1000 kHz.

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