Laser Research CO2 Optics Feature Higher Focal Lengths for Use in 400 Watt to 1 kW Lasers to Permit Deeper Etching Cuts

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These new CO2 optics are designed for drop-in field replacement and are in-stock for popular monument, sign, and stone etching lasers. They are OEM quality and manufactured to ISO-10110 specifications for optical elements.

CO2 Optics are supplied in plane-parallel configurations and include zero phase-, phase lock-, rear mirrors, output couplers, and phase retarders.

CO2 Optics are supplied in plane-parallel configurations and include zero phase-, phase lock-, rear mirrors, output couplers, and phase retarders.

Designed for drop-in field replacement, Laser Research CO2 Optics feature 4.0” to 7.5” focal lengths and are available in 0.75” and 1.5” dia. sizes to provide deeper cuts.

Laser Research Optics has introduced a wide range of drop-in replacement CO2 optics that feature higher focal lengths for use in 400 Watt to 1 kW lasers to permit deeper etching cuts.

Laser Research CO2 Optics feature 4.0” to 7.5” focal lengths and are available in 0.75” and 1.5” dia. sizes to provide deeper cuts for popular monument, sign, and stone etching lasers. Designed for drop-in field replacement in 400 Watt to 1 kW lasers, these optics are manufactured to ISO-10110 specifications for optical elements.

In-stock for Kern®, Trotec®, Universal®, and Vytek® lasers, Laser Research CO2 Optics are supplied in plane-parallel configurations and include zero phase-, phase lock-, rear mirrors, output couplers, and phase retarders. Mirrors are made from mirror-grade single crystal silicon and have an enhanced silver coat for 99.6% minimum reflectance at 10.6 microns.

Laser Research CO2 Optics for popular monument, sign and stone etching lasers are priced according to size and type; with 24-hours delivery.

For more information, contact:
Laser Research Optics
A Division of Meller Optics, Inc.
Scott Rouillard, Sales Mgr.
120 Corliss St.
Providence, RI 02904
(888) 239-5545 FAX (401) 331-4004
e-mail: scott@laserresearch.net
http://www.laserresearch.net

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