If you use lasers in material "micro processing" applications – such as drilling via holes in PCBs, OLED display "lift-off", cutting of smartphone cover glass – you already know how difficult the challenges are. The often delicate combination of laser parameters – ultra short pulse duration, high repetition rate, perhaps short wavelength among others – can enable new and innovative processes, but they can also cause unexpected damage to the measurement tools you are trying to use to keep the process stable. In this webinar, you will learn:
An integrated beam analysis and power measurement system for fast, accurate, real-time measurement of lasers in additive manufacturing chambers.
The BeamPeek system provides simultaneous beam profiling, focal spot analysis, and power measurement in just three (3) seconds. There is no need for water or fan cooling as the system includes a replaceable passive cooling beam dump tray that eliminates downtime between measurement sessions (Patent-Pending cooling solution).
The Ophir WB-I SWIR is a Wide Beam Imager accessory designated for SWIR 900-1700nm, especially popular 1550nm wavelength.
It's a compact system for measuring the size and power distribution of large and divergent beams of VCSELs, LEDs and large lasers.
Enables analyzing beams that are too large or divergent for a standard beam profiler
If you need to measure laser pulse energies, you have probably run into a variety of issues and concepts that seem to just cause confusion…
In this webinar, you will learn:
• How energy measurement works (short basic version…)
• How to make sure you are getting accurate readings
• How to avoid out-of-tolerance issues with your measuring tools
And much more...
In this short video, you'll learn how to use the "StarViewer" Android App to operate the Ariel, Ophir’s new ultra-compact self-contained industrial power meter.
Laser beams with powers of many tens of kilowatts are becoming increasingly common in today's industrial applications.
However, as the powers increase, the stakes increase as well.
In this webinar, we will discuss how to monitor appropriate laser parameters to keep high-power processes stable and predictable.
If you need to measure the power of high repetition rate lasers with very short pulses (typical in many micromachining applications) – and you want a sensor that will survive the experience – the new F80(120)A-CM-17 from Ophir may be exactly what you need. Get a short overview in this video.
For measuring high power lasers in industrial settings, meet Ophir’s Helios Plus family.
Designed with factory automation in mind, they have a robust, industrial design for harsh environments, and the range of communication interfaces make them easy to integrate into factory networks.
Get a brief introduction to the new Helios Plus family in this video.
One of the more underappreciated aspects of laser beam profiling is correctly attenuating the beam for accurate and reliable measurements. Dr. Derrick Peterman details the various beam attenuation techniques to reduce the beam power down to a measureable level without distorting the beam and when to use each. He also discusses methods to calculate the required beam attenuation level for effective beam profilers. The goal is to help take the guess work out of beam attenuation and ensure the good data is being captured by the beam profiling systems.
The most fundamental method for checking the performance of your laser is to measure its power or energy output as this output directly affects the laser’s ability to perform. Measurement is important from the time the laser is first manufactured, through system integration, and on to final use. So you’re measuring your laser beam. You get a reading. Do you care if your laser measurement is on target? The answer is most likely an emphatic yes! In this webinar presented by Mark Slutzki you will learn:
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