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20 February 2007 Noncryogenic 10-kHz Ti:sapphire amplifier
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We demonstrate operation of a simple and reliable water-cooled femtosecond laser running at 10 kHz suitable for industrial micromachining applications. A laser geometry involving only a regenerative amplifier and delivering 3.5 W average power 60-fs pulses is compared to a more conventional architecture using an additional multi-pass amplifier. Both laser systems require a moderate pumping laser of ~30 W average power and deliver high-quality beams (M2<1.2). PACS : 42.55-f ; 42.60 v; 42.60 Rn
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G. Matras, N. Huot, E. Baubeau, and E. Audouard "Noncryogenic 10-kHz Ti:sapphire amplifier", Proc. SPIE 6451, Solid State Lasers XVI: Technology and Devices, 645111 (20 February 2007); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.700418
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