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제목 Q1- 2017 Holo-or Newsletter (Narrow line beam, High efficiency double spot DOE) 관리자 | 2017.01.19 09:51


Q1- 2017 Newsletter



 



With the start of
2017, Holo/Or invites you to come meet us at come meet us at SPIE Photonics
West & BIOS in San Francisco (details below). We
will introduce several new products, including: our unique LeanLine system for
narrow line generation from high M2 lasers, A High Efficiency (>97%) Double Spot
with almost zero power in undesired orders and the Random Diffractive Axicon
Array element providing perfect ring output for any input beam shape.



Feel free to
consult our experienced application engineers, who can help you find the best
solution for your beam shaping needs. 



  



 What's New?



 



LeanLine
- narrow laser line beam shaping system



Holo/Or has developed LeanLine™, a robust 2-module system that preforms M2
transformation on a round input beam and converts it into a narrow line at
focus.



 



Highly useful for application where high power
densities are required over long lines, such as flat panel processing,



 



thin film laser lift off and surface annealing,
LeanLine™ uses an innovative diffractive approach to perform M2 Transformation.



 



This unique design enables us to offer this compact,
simple and easy to install system at a competitive price.
Read more here



 












 



 






 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



High
Efficiency Double Spot



Holo/Or has developed a double spot beam splitter with
97% efficiency and almost no power in undesired diffracted orders.



 



 



 



The high efficiency double spot (HEDS) has multiple
applications, including lithography, perforation, cutting and other material
processing applications.  



 



IntensityOfStandardAndHighEffDS_beam10mmRead more here.



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



Diffractive
Axicon Array



Holo/Or has
developed a new family of diffractive axicon products- the Randomized Array of
diffractive Axicons (RADA). 



These products can
be used with multi-mode laser beams to generate ring-shaped spots, useful in
many material processing applications, such as uniform heating of conductive
materials or powder sintering. RADA is insensitive to centration alignment and
beam symmetry and will be a perfect fit for multi-mode laser sources. The RADA
family is available in a binary version with efficiency ~ 80 % and a multilevel
high efficiency version with efficiency ~ 95 %.
Read more here