26 February 2013 High brightness laser systems incorporating advanced laser bars
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The performance of high power and high brightness systems has been developing and is developing fast. In the multi kW regime both very high spatial and spectral brightness systems are emerging. Also diode laser pumped and direct diode lasers are becoming the standard laser sources for many applications. The pump sources for thin Disk Laser systems at TRUMPF Photonics enabled by high power and efficiency laser bars are becoming a well established standard in the industry with over two thousand 8 kW Disk Laser pumps installed in TruDisk systems at the customer site. These systems have proven to be a robust and reliable industrial tool. A further increase in power and efficiency of the bar can be easily used to scale the TruDisk output power without major changes in the pump source design. This publication will highlight advanced laser systems in the multi kW range for both direct application and solid state laser pumping using specifically tailored diode laser bars for high spatial and/or high spectral brightness. Results using wavelength stabilization techniques suitable for high power CW laser system applications will be presented. These high power and high brightness diode laser systems, fiber coupled or in free space configuration, depending on application or customer need, typically operate in the range of 900 to 1070 nm wavelength.
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Stephan Strohmaier, Stephan Strohmaier, Thilo Vethake, Thilo Vethake, Mark Gottdiener, Mark Gottdiener, Jens Wunderlin, Jens Wunderlin, Viorel Negoita, Viorel Negoita, Yufeng Li, Yufeng Li, Tobias Barnowski, Tobias Barnowski, Tim Gong, Tim Gong, Haiyan An, Haiyan An, Georg Treusch, Georg Treusch, } "High brightness laser systems incorporating advanced laser bars", Proc. SPIE 8605, High-Power Diode Laser Technology and Applications XI, 86050J (26 February 2013); doi: 10.1117/12.2004927; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2004927
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