With our partner Jenoptik we have the possibility to offer the disk IR and Femtosecond laser at special conditions for a limited time and as long stock last.
JenLas® disk IR nanosecond disk laser series: Guarantees high processing
The disk lasers of the JenLas® disk IR series impress with their excellent beam quality at a very high peak power
The JenLas® nanosecond disk IR series consists of diode-pumped solid-state lasers (DPSSL) with a particularly high peak pulse power and excellent beam quality. They were specially developed on the basis of proven disk laser technology for industrial micro-material processing. These lasers can be used for cutting, drilling or structuring hard and brittle materials such as silicon carbide (SiC), wolfram carbide (WC) and polycrystalline diamonds (PCD) or composite materials such as carbon fiber-reinforced composites (CFRP).
Our disk laser systems are characterized by their excellent beam quality with a peak pulse power of up to 200 kW. Pulse lengths and repetition rates can be set independently of one another. A fast beam modulator, which offers pulse-picking, single shot and pulse-on-demand modes, is integrated into the systems. Additionally, pulse synchronization is also possible for on-the-fly applications. All disk lasers from the JenLas® disk IR series were designed for reliable and continuous industrial operation. They are easily integrated into existing systems and require minimal maintanance
- High processing quality: With a small heat-affected zone due to the high peak pulse power and excellent beam quality.
- Reliable: Developed for continuous 24/7 operation.
- Durable: You save costs because repairs and maintenance are rarely required.
- Easy to integrate: Our disk lasers can easily be integrated into your systems.
- A comprehensive range of services: Support with system integration and free individual application tests.
Fields of Application
- Industrial micro-material processing: Drilling, cutting and structuring metals and plastics. Cutting hard and brittle materials and highly heat conductive metal alloys.
- Automotive: Drilling.
- Photovoltaics: Laser fired contacts, metal wrap through, emitter wrap through.
JenLas® femto femtosecond lasers for the highest processing quality
Jenoptik´s ultrashort pulse lasers impress with precision and perfect beam characteristics.
The femtosecond lasers of the JenLas® femto series can be reliably and effectively used in industrial micro material processing. They are extremely robust and offer perfect beam parameters and pointing stability. They can be used for high-precision cutting, drilling and structuring with a minimal heat-affected zone. This allows you to achieve repeatable results of the highest quality and prevents expensive post-processing.
The ultrashort pulse lasers are based on proven disk laser technology. They are equipped with an integrated fast beam modulator and a frequency doubler. These enable you to use the same beam output for both the IR and green spectral range. The pulse repetition rate and pulse energy can be set individually.
Even small structures and difficult materials can be processed cleanly and precisely using the high-power femtosecond laser. Femtosecond pulses remove the material before thermal diffusion into the bulk occurs. In combination with the excellent beam characteristics, you can therefore achieve sharp edges and prevent micro-fissures, burrs, melting and delamination. The ultrashort pulse laser can be intuitively controlled from your computer. It can be easily integrated into systems and rarely requires maintenance.
- High precision: Process small structures and dimensions cleanly.
- Powerful: Easy to use with challenging materials.
- Cost-saving: Reduce effort on post-processing.
- Robust: Developed for continuous use in industrial micro material processing.
- User-friendly: Simple integration into new and existing systems and intuitive operation.
Fields of Application
- Automotive: Drilling holes for filters and injection nozzles.
- Micro material processing: Fine cutting of medical stents, filigree or functional components such as gearwheels or electrical contacts.
- Photovoltaics: Selective removal of thin layers.
- Glass, Sapphire: Crack-free cutting and drilling, internal glass marking.