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10 March 2020 Next generation of high-power industrial ultrafast lasers based on InnoSlab technology (Conference Presentation)
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Industrial ultrafast lasers such as TRUMPF’s TruMicro Series are indispensable tools in many precision machining processes. Large 24/7 applications range from machining of sapphire or glass to ceramics, polymers, and metals in industries from the automotive sector to consumer electronics. In typical installations such pico- and femtosecond lasers currently operate at average power levels up to 150 W, often with nonlinear frequency conversion to the visible or UV. Based on the advanced amplifier technology pioneered by AMPHOS we introduce our new hybrid fiber–InnoSlab amplifier generation TruMicro Series 6000, capable of producing the highest average power at utmost flexibility and reliability.
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Dirk H. Sutter, Ulf Quentin, Florian Kanal, Hans-Jürgen Otto, Jan Dolkemeyer, Raphael Gebs, Marc Sailer, Jonas Kleiner, Aleksander Budnicki, Claus Schnitzler, Torsten Mans, and Alexander Killi "Next generation of high-power industrial ultrafast lasers based on InnoSlab technology (Conference Presentation)", Proc. SPIE 11259, Solid State Lasers XXIX: Technology and Devices, 112591C (10 March 2020);


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