Excimer laser for multiple applications

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The ExciStar XS series from Coherent, Inc. represents a compact, economical excimer laser offering performance and lifetime characteristics.

The ExciStar XS series from Coherent, Inc. represents a compact, economical excimer laser offering performance and lifetime characteristics. The air cooled ExciStar XS measures 0,08 m3, yet delivers pulse energies up to 12mJ at 248nm with an energy stability of

Tooth Brush - Marking on Polymer with Excimer Laser (courtesy: Braun)
Dot Marking - Glass Marking e.g. on Eye Glasses with Excimer Laser

The ExciStar XS can operate at 157, 193, 248 nm or 351 nm (XeF). Its compact size and low total cost of ownership should make it particularly attractive to medical applications like LASIK (Laser-Insitu-Keratmoleusis). In addition the excimer laser is also used for material treatment of medical products like marking/engraving of eye glasses/lenses or tooth brushes.

www.coherent.com/excimer

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