Modulight Solutions for Industrial Applications
Laser welding is a technique used to join multiple pieces of metal through the use of a laser. The beam provides a concentrated heat source, allowing for narrow, deep welds and high welding rates. 808 nm and 940/980 nm high power lasers are widely used for pumping solid state and fiber lasers deployed in industrial laser robots, whereas laser diode systems ranging from 0.8–2.0 μm can be used for many direct diode applications like plastic welding, paper cutting and organic materials processing.
Laser scanners use a laser beam as the light source and typically employ either a reciprocating mirror or a rotating prism to scan the laser beam back and forth across the bar code.
Laser printers employ a xerographic printing process but differ from analog photocopiers in that the image is produced by the direct scanning of a laser beam across the printer's photoreceptor. The spectral purity of the laser light is better than any other light source, which makes lasers an ideal light source for spectroscopy.
Materials processing and optical pumping
Wavelength: 90–850 nm, 940–980 nm
Power: up to 50 W (CW) and 200 W (QCW)
Illumination, projection and laser scanning
635–690 nm, 830 nm, 1550 nm
Power: 200 mW–50 W
Spectroscopy and printing
Wavelength: 790–850 nm
Power: up to 50 W
Level of integration