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Beam Source

  • Reinhard Iffländer
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Part of the Springer Series in Optical Sciences book series (SSOS, volume 77)

Abstract

The principle setup of a pulsed solid state laser for material processing is shown in the following block diagram (Fig. 5.1). The setups for cw, pulsed or Q-switched operations are similar.

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Pump Power Laser Medium Laser Output Power Pump Light Beam Source 
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  • Reinhard Iffländer
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  1. 1.SchrambergGermany

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