By admin on Oct 27, 2011 in Laser Beam Profilers | comments(0)
BeamGage Pro, and SP620U camera, and an LBS-300-NIR sensor with beam splitter were used to analyze the output of a 4 kW 1070nm fiber laser. The beam profiling system uncovered focus problems that went unseen until the new laser measurement system was installed.
By admin on Oct 18, 2011 in Laser Power & Energy Meters | comments(0)
High power short pulse lasers (<100micro seconds duration) are increasing in average power and beam size and there is a need for appropriate equipment to measure these lasers over the small aperture, low average power meters typically available till now.
By admin on Oct 11, 2011 in Laser Power & Energy Meters, Sensors | comments(0)
A common thread running through many Frequently Asked Questions relates to damage of measuring heads.
Many applications involve considerable powers and/or energies; since laser measurement has us deliberately putting a measuring instrument in harm’s way, let’s have a look at the various effects a laser beam can have on an instrument in its path.
By admin on Oct 6, 2011 in Laser Power & Energy Meters | comments(1)
The Jeans industry is one of the largest industries in the clothing and fashion world, producing over 50 billion dollars a year.
Currently, jeans that look bleached, partially or completely, are considered more fashionable than the classic blue jeans. Many methods exist to bleach jeans, the most modern and sophisticated method is laser engraving where a focused laser beam is used to photo bleach the jeans. Since laser engraving uses a highly focused beam it enables manufactures to create complex patterns, white on blue images (or other jeans colors), and personal signatures on a pair of jeans which make them a more personalized and desired product.