II-VI INFRARED Datasheets for Laser Optics, Heads, and Beam Delivery Components

Laser optics, heads and beam delivery components are used in laser cutting machines, laser welding and marking systems.
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CO2 Laser Consumables CO2 Laser Consumables: OEM-spec optics, nozzles, and accessories From rear mirrors to focusing lenses, and every optic in between, II-VI Infrared offers replacement laser optics and components, including focusing lenses...
Aspheric lenses Aspheric lenses are designed to be diffraction limited. They usually achieve a smaller spot size than both the plano-convex and positive meniscus lens. This provides the highest power density at...
FiberMate-Laser Collimator II-VI Industrial Laser Collimators are designed to take the diverging light from a fiber cable of a high power fiber laser and provide the user with a parallel beam of...
Trumpf Cut Lenses II-VI Infrared, the world leader in CO2 laser optics, is now providing replacement Trumpf Cut Lenses. These lenses, used in Trumpf's latest-generation single cutting head TruLaser machines, feature a contoured...
Beam Expanders A beam expander is a two or more element optical system that changes the beam™s size and divergence characteristics. Beam expanders have numerous uses. By expanding a beam prior to...
Beam Combiners Beam combiners are partial reflectors that combine two or more wavelengths of light -- one in transmission and one in reflection -- onto a single beam path. Commonly ZnSe, ZnS,...
Biconinc Lenses Biconic lenses have two different radii on one surface. It is possible to make a biconic lens with spherical curves or aspheric curves, depending on the application and need to...
Collimating Optics Collimating Optics: Plano-convex lenses; copper total reflectorReflective and transmissive collimating optics are used in beam delivery systems to maintain beam collimation between the laser resonator and the focusing optics. Reflective...
Modulators Electro-optic modulators are used in a variety of applications to either amplitude-modulate (AM modulation) or phase-modulate (FM modulation) a laser beam. Made of CdTe, they are used with HeNe lasers...
Scanning laser system optics F-theta scan lenses play a major role in today™s leading-edge laser applications. II-VI manufactures scan lenses for CO2 laser systems that are used for marking, engraving, via hole drilling, and...
Optical Arrays ICertain optical system designs require multiple optical elements to be positioned accurately as an array. In the past, individual optics were produced and connected to a common substrate, which posed...
Focused Flat-Top Doublets II-VI designs a simple form lens to convert a Gaussian mode to a flat-top intensity profile. Converting one beam mode to another type is always a difficult process. There are...
Prisms & Rhombs It™s often necessary to alter or manipulate the source™s polarization. For example, a reflective phase retarder converts linear to circular polarization and improves the laser cutting quality. (For reflective phase...
Reflective Phase Retarders Metal cutting and other critical laser operations are sensitive to any variation in kerf width or cross-section. The kerf™s quality depends on the polarization orientation relative to the cut direction.
Band-Selective Optics Most CO2 lasers operate in the wavelength band at 10.6µm. This wavelength band is fine for cutting steel and certain other materials; however, other industrial laser applications -- such as...
Output Couplers Partial reflectors are commonly used as laser output couplers or beam attenuators. For your convenience, II-VI maintains commonly used coatings and substrate radii of curvature in inventory. For available special...
Polarizer-Analyzer-Attenuator Polarizer-Analyzer-Attenuator is a stacked series of ZnSe plates placed at Brewster™s angle to an incoming beam. At each plate, virtually all of the p-polarized component is transmitted, while most of...
Rooftop Beamsplitters Prisms and transmissive beamsplitters are common optical elements used to split laser beams into two separate beams. These devices are common at visible and the IR wavelengths. For very high...
Rear Mirrors Rear mirrors, typically GaAs, Ge, or ZnSe, are partial reflectors with a very high reflection-to-transmission ratio (99.0% to 99.7%), and are key optical components in laser resonators or laser cavities.
Galvo Mirrors Scanning laser systems”whether for marking, engraving, or for drilling micro via holes”all rely on galvo mirrors to precisely position the laser beam. II-VI manufactures built-to-spec galvo mirrors from mirror-grade silicon...
MP-5 Ultra-Low Absorption Lenses THE BEST ... NOW EVEN BETTER. II-VI Infrared™s MP-5 is an ultra-low absorbing lens that ships directly from the factory as a standard OEM CO2 laser component. Its superior features...
Thin-Film Polarizers Thin Film Polarizers (TFPs) can split a laser beam into two parts with orthogonal polarizations. Conversely, TFPs can be used to combine two beams with orthogonal polarizations. TFPs consist of...
Waveplates Waveplates use a phenomenon known as birefringence to alter the incoming laser beam polarization state. The most common waveplate uses are for turning linearly polarized light into circularly polarized light...
Nozzles & Accessories With 1000™s of replacement laser nozzles in stock, all built to major OEM specifications, count on II-VI for all of your replacement nozzle & accessory needs. For more information, download...