Femtosecond laser Spirit® series
solid-statetunableadjustable wavelength

femtosecond laser
femtosecond laser
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Characteristics

Operational mode
femtosecond
Technology
solid-state
Spectrum
tunable, adjustable wavelength
Applications
industrial
Other characteristics
precision, high-repetition rate, ultra-rapid, diode-pumped
Power

Max.: 140 W

Min.: 8 W

Wavelength

515 nm, 520 nm, 1,030 nm, 1,040 nm

Max.: 1,048 nm

Min.: 512 nm

Description

High Power Femtosecond Lasers: The New Standard for High-Precision Micromachining • High average power up to >140 W and pulse energy up to >600 µJ • Adjustable repetition rate from single shot up to 30 MHz for processing at highest throughput • User-configurable burst mode for processing with highest ablation efficiency Applications • OLED Display Manufacturing • Laser Cutting and Drilling • Semiconductor Wafer Dicing • Polymer Cutting • Metal Cutting and Drilling • Sapphire Cutting and Drilling • Polycrystalline Diamond (PCD) Cutting and Ablation • Precision Micromachining of Hard and Brittle Materials • 3-Photon Fluorescence Microscopy • Optical Parametric Amplifier Pumping Features Overview Spirit® sets new standards for femtosecond lasers in high-precision industrial manufacturing for micromachining of polymers, thin metals, sapphire, polycrystalline diamond, and many other materials. These lasers deliver high average power, high pulse energy, and high repetition rates for increased throughput. Customers benefit from the shortest industrially available pulse duration and superior beam quality that in turn enables machining complex and challenging parts with highest precision and quality with literally no heat affected zone (HAZ) at the highest throughput.

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