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1 February 1994 UV laser-assisted wire stripping and micro-machining
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Proceedings Volume 2062, Lasers as Tools for Manufacturing; (1994) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.167593
Event: Optical Tools for Manufacturing and Advanced Automation, 1993, Boston, MA, United States
Abstract
Results are reported for the use of a 266 nm frequency quadrupled Nd:YAG ultraviolet laser in the areas of wire stripping of small coaxial type transmission lines and for micro-machining of various materials including copper, glass, polyimide and DuPont TEFLONTM. This new laser is typically run with a 2 KHz repetition rate, 40 ns FWHM pulse and a fluence of about 50 joules/cm2 which makes it possible to micro-machine metals, polymers, glasses and ceramics. The high fluence of this laser allows shielding structures such as Al-MylarTM, Al-KaptonTM or the plated copper used in small coaxial cables to be precisely cut. Cut rates are reported for the above materials as well as results and photos of wire stripping and micro- machining.
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Jerry Martyniuk "UV laser-assisted wire stripping and micro-machining", Proc. SPIE 2062, Lasers as Tools for Manufacturing, (1 February 1994); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.167593
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