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Carbon dioxide lasers are the highest-power continuous wave lasers that are currently available. They are also quite efficient: the ratio of output power to pump power can be as large as 20%. The CO2 laser produces a beam of infrared light with the principal wavelength bands centering around 9.4 and 10.6 micrometers.
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Equipment
LightMachinery's' LaserMark 950 and 960 series lasers provide a fast, reliable means of applying high quality permanent marks such as date and batch codes to consumer product packages and electronic components.
Coherent's DIAMOND C-Series sealed CO2 lasers are the best power–size ratio available in the market, based on a waveguide design assembled in an integrated package. The RF driver is mounted in the same housing as the laser head, resulting in a compact, robust system that can operate in the most demanding environments.
GEM-Series are 100W CO2 lasers are available at 9.6 and 10.6 microns and deliver exceptional value, performance and reliability.
G-Series CO2 lasers feature a compact, solid-state integrated amplifier making it the smallest peak power-size ratio on the market.
DIAMOND E-Series are sealed, pulsed CO2 lasers offering maximum powers up to 1 kW in a fully integrated, compact package. The E-Series features a broad range of products, including the E-150 (150W), E-400 (400W) and our 1 kW version, the E-1000.By incorporating the RF power supply within the laser head, the E-Series completely eliminates the RF umbilical, increasing laser reliability, and simplifing its integration into a workstation or robotic tool.
LightMachinery's IMPACT 2000 lasers are designed primarily for the fine processing of non-metallic materials. Drilling and machining are typical applications for these lasers. A unique capability of the IMPACT laser is the ability to drill through non-metallic layers on a metal substrate with no damage to the underlying metal layer.
Compact CO2 lasers that cover from 225 Watts to 500 Watts providing the smallest power-size ratio on the market today.