Square Vortex DOEs

Homogeneous Material Removal in Laser Material Processing

Square Vortex DOEs for Laser Material Processing
(PresseBox) ( Olching, )
Holo/OR introduces a donut-shaped diffractive optical vortex element with a square outside profile. The best part about this element: The outside profile is square, while the inside is round. The technical challenges to achieving a square outer cross section were enormous. Impressive is the advantage: These elements make it possible to achieve homogeneous material removal in laser material processing.

Vortex DOEs are enjoying increased popularity. These components put very few demands on the laser beam and on the distance to the working area. Another advantage of these components is the intensity distribution of the laser beam: A laser beam features the highest beam intensity at its center. The Vortex element "redirects" the power to the edges to achieve a higher efficiency of the overall system.

LASER COMPONENTS distributes the diffractive optical elements in Germany and the US.

More Information
http://www.lasercomponents.com/...

Trade Shows

Security + Defence, Sept., 24 - 25, 2013, Internat. Congress Center Dresden, Germany, Booth 304
enova - OPTO, Oct., 08.-10., 2013, Paris Porte de Versailles, France, Booth L9
PHOTONEX 2013, Oct., 16.-17., 2013, Ricoh Arena, Coventry, UK, Booth D20
BiOS EXPO 2014, Feb., 01.-02., 2014, The Moscone Center, San Francisco, USA, Booth 8517
Photonics West 2014, Feb., 04.-06., 2014, The Moscone Center, San Francisco, USA, Booth 517
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