Ultra-High Brightness Direct Diode Lasers

Super-Hard Materials Laser Processing Systems

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Ultra-High Brightness Direct Diode Lasers

Direct diodes lasers are by design the most power efficient materials processing tools. They feature rectangular laser beam geometries that delineate process areas precisely, and are virtually maintenance free. Leveraging these and other benefits, direct diode lasers are rapidly emerging as the preferred tools in micro materials processing.

II-VI’s direct diode lasers feature leading-edge top hat beam parameter profiles that can be dynamically adjusted to an arbitrary rectangular beam width and length ranging from 0.2 to 50 mm for non-contact localized soldering, bonding, and annealing in microelectronic components and connectors.

II-VI’s direct diode lasers can be programmed by users to perform precisely timed processes, and can be managed and diagnosed remotely through its TCP/IP or EtherCAT interfaces. They are small, lightweight and robust, making them ideal for direct mounting on automated stages or robots.

Super-Hard Materials Laser Processing Systems

II-VI offers full turnkey solutions that are designed for cutting, drilling and micromachining super hard materials such as polycrystalline diamond (PCD), polycrystalline diamond compacts (PDC), CVD and single crystal diamonds, polycrystalline cubic boron nitride (PCBN), and hard ceramics.

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Ultra-High Brightness Direct Diode Lasers

Super-Hard Materials Laser Processing Systems

II-VI Incorporated Introduces Red Lasers for Workpiece Alignment in Multi-kilowatt Fiber Laser Systems

By II-VI  /  January 23, 2019
II‐VI Incorporated (Nasdaq: IIVI), a leader in high power semiconductor lasers, today announced the introduction of its red lasers for workpiece alignment in multi-kilowatt fiber laser systems. Red lasers integrated into high power fiber laser systems allow precise alignment of multi-kilowatt infrared laser beams to the target process areas and must operate in the presence of very high back reflections from the workpiece. II-VI’s red lasers can maintain a tightly controlled high output power of 350 mW to within 2%...
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