Farmington, CT — Trumpf's compact picosecond laser, the TruMicro Series 5000 — the family to which the TruMicro 5250 belongs — is well-suited for many micro applications. Industries that benefit from the technology include semiconductor, photovoltaics, medical devices and electronics. \par \The ps-laser is based on disk technology and combines 6ps pulses with a diffraction limited beam and high pulse-to-pulse stability starting with the first pulse. In addition, the ultra-short pulses of different wavelengths in IR (1030nm), green (515nm) and UV (343nm) enable almost perfect ablation processes on all types of material.
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The TruDisk family of lasers continues to prove itself across a wide range of industrial production environments with well over 1,000 systems in the field. It provides a high level of versatility because it can be used from the micro range through the macro range. It provides capabilities for high-speed welding and cutting with enhanced precision, deep penetration welding, hybrid welding, and large scale scanner welding.
Marked by a Beam Parameter Product of 2 to 12mm-mrad, the TruDisk lasers, with up to 16kW of fiber-delivered power, maintain beam quality regardless of increases in power, resulting in a truly scalable design. According to the company, the TruDisk's integrated power sensor and realtime power feedback control, guarantee continuous, steady and reliable power at the work piece.
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