1 January 2010 Experimental investigation of laser welding assembling sequences for butterfly laser module packages
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Abstract
We present an efficient laser welding assembling sequence for minimizing the misalignment from the postweld shift in butterfly packages during fiber-to-semiconductor laser coupling. The misalignment from the postweld shift that arises during the welding of a nickel clip and metal ferrule can be compensated by an optimal initial shift prior to Nd:YAG laser welding and by a mechanical adjustment prior to the laser hammering process. As a result, the number of laser hammering sequences required to compensate for misalignment are significantly reduced.
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Jeong Hwan Song, Brendan J. Roycroft, Brian Corbett, Frank Henry Peters, "Experimental investigation of laser welding assembling sequences for butterfly laser module packages," Optical Engineering 49(1), 014301 (1 January 2010). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3286539 . Submission:
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