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3/26/2009

Ultrafast Pulse Laser For Micromachining

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This A-1 Laser International workstation is fully integrated with the Radiance Discovery ultrafast pulse laser and the NuTec dual shuttle motion system. Ultrafast pulse laser light is said to precisely cut, without heat, virtually any material. This laser system is said to be the first femtosecond laser system solution for industrial production.

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This A-1 Laser International workstation is fully integrated with the Radiance Discovery ultrafast pulse laser and the NuTec dual shuttle motion system. Ultrafast pulse laser light is said to precisely cut, without heat, virtually any material. This laser system is said to be the first femtosecond laser system solution for industrial production.

The workstation combines both rotary and flatbed motion controls in one stage with requiring tool changes. This is said to enable a full range of machining operations for both R&D and production applications.

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