In standard mode, a single pulse is emitted at some fixed frequency. In burst mode, the output consists of pulse packets instead of single pulses. Each packet consists of a certain number of equally separated pulses. MHz-Burst contains N pulses with a nanosecond period, GHz-Burst contains P pulses with a picosecond period. If both bursts are used, the equally separated pulse packets contain sub-packets of pulses
PHAROS and CARBIDE lasers with the BiBurst option bring new capabilities to high-tech manufacturing industries such as consumer electronics, integrated photonic chip manufacturing, future display manufacturing, and quantum technologies.
- Burst-in-burst capability – BiBurst
- 1 kHz – 2 MHz carrier frequency
- 190 fs – 20 ps tunable pulse duration
- Adjustable intra-burst amplitude slope
- Adjustable number of pulses in GHz and MHz burst
- Brittle material drilling and cutting
- Deep engraving
- Selective ablation
- Volume modification of transparent materials
- Hidden marking
- Surface polishing
- Surface functionalization
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|GHz-Burst||Intra burst pulse period 1)||440 ± 40 ps||200 ± 40 ps|
|Number of pulses, P 2)||1 … 10||1 … 25|
|MHz-Burst||Intra burst pulse period||≈ 15 ns|
|Number of pulses, N||1 … 10||1 … 9 (7 with FEC)|
- Custom spacing is available on request.
- Maximum number of pulses in a burst depends on the laser repetition rate. Custom number of pulses is available on request.