LightMachinery Inc. Datasheets for Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Lasers

Carbon dioxide (CO2) lasers use the energy-state transitions between vibrational and rotational states of CO2 molecules to emit at long IR, about 10 ┬Ám, wavelengths. These lasers can maintain continuous and very high levels of power and are typically used in cutting, welding, etching, and marking applications.
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LightMachinery's IMPACT 2000 lasers are designed primarily for the fine processing of non-metallic materials. Drilling and machining are typical applications for these lasers. A unique capability of the IMPACT laser...
LightMachinery's' LaserMark 950 and 960 series lasers provide a fast, reliable means of applying high quality permanent marks such as date and batch codes to consumer product packages and electronic...
The fully configurable IMPACT 4000 series lasers are designed for more scientific and specialized applications. The short pulse of the thyratron switched IMPACT 4000 is ideal for ultrasound applications as...