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PowerPhotonic’s Psuedo Random Intensity Mapping Element (PRIME) beamshapers use a unique freeform direct-write process to fabricate a highly non-uniform surface in fused silica. These quasi-random optics are designed to impart a well-defined and tightly controlled divergence angle which can range from fractions of a degree up ...
  • Divergence Angle (FWHM): 1.00 deg
  • Image Shape: Custom, Annular, Square, Circular
  • Clear Aperture (H): 15.0 mm
  • Clear Aperture (W): 15.0 mm
  • Height: 25.40 mm
  • ...
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PRIME stands for Psuedo Random Intensity Mapping Element. It uses a unique free-form direct-write process to fabricate a highly non-uniform surface in fused silica. PRIME beamshapers are designed to transmit a well-defined and controlled divergence angle with potential transmission efficiencies of 99%. The target applications for this technology are high-power materials processing, such as welding, brazing, cladding, and metal polishing, and pump beam homogenization. The system allows for a dramatic increase in beam uniformity, high power handling, high laser damage threshold, and no focal plane shift, among many other benefits.