Applications of high power lasers: January 22-23, 1985, Los Angeles, California
SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering, 1985 - Technology & Engineering - 96 pages
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
accuracy advantages alloy applications austenite automated average power base material beam integrator beam quality carbide carbon chip circuit cladding process CO2 laser coatings components cutting speeds depth diameter Electric Electrical Discharge Machining electronic energy engineers equipment example factor Figure focussing geometry hardened zone heat conduction high power lasers improve inches increase industrial laser kerf laser applications laser beam laser cladding laser cutting laser drilling laser heat treatment laser marking system laser processing Laser Surface laser system laser trimming laser welding manufacturing martensitic materials processing melting metal method microcracking microstructure minimal mirror Nd:Glass Nd:YAG laser operation optics output parameters pearlite Photomasks plasma plasma-arc powder feed power density pre-placed production Q-switched rates reduced resistor trimming resistors result silicon specific steel Stellite substrate surface hardening surfacing material TEA laser techniques temperature thermal thickness typical vaporized wavelength width YAG laser