The Activation Line 300 laser system heats and cools functional layers with thicknesses of just a few hundred nanometers, with energy-efficiency and precision, and without damaging the substrate.
Lasers seem to be extremely versatile systems, capable of executing virtually any material processing result. But now, a German developer is indicating it can develop systems using a laser source for surface heating an application that will surprise may photonics experts. It involves a special application of the Activation Line 300, the developer’s most powerful laser source. "Imagine that a surface with a functional layer only a few micrometers thin is to be heated to over ...
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