Frequently Asked Questions

This laser is particularly effective for processing challenging materials like transparent glasses and plastics. It's widely used in photovoltaic and electronics production, display glass processing, and for security and decorative marking.

Sure, the laser boasts an output power of up to 50W at 1064 nm, pulse energy up to 250 µJ, repetition rates from single shot to 40 MHz with burst mode options, and excellent beam quality (TEM00 / M²<1.3).

The laser is known for its ultra-compact design, customized repetition rates, and output power configurations. It also offers proven long-term stability and reliability for industrial use.

The laser employs a modelocked fiber oscillator, with options for average power settings of 10, 30, or 50W. It offers maximum pulse energy of 250 µJ at 1064 nm, with higher energies available upon request.

The warm-up time is less than 30 minutes, facilitating quick start-up and operation.

The system requires water cooling to maintain optimal performance and longevity.

Yes, the laser emits invisible light that can be harmful to eyes. It's crucial to wear proper laser safety eyewear during its operation to ensure safety.

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