Laser Research Introduces CO2 Lenses Designed for Cutting Acrylics and Producing Clean Crisp Edges

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A line of direct field replacement CO2 lenses especially designed to fit lasers used by sign- and trophy-makers when cutting different size acrylics has been introduced by Laser Research Optics.

Focal lengths are available from 1.5” to 7.5” in 0.5” increments to match exact acrylic sign-making requirements.

Focal lengths are available from 1.5” to 7.5” in 0.5” increments to match exact acrylic sign-making requirements.

Conforming to OEM and ISO-10110 specifications, these drop-in field replacements are compatible with Coherent®, Kern®, and similar lasers.

Laser Research Optics has introduced a line of direct field replacement CO2 lenses especially designed to fit lasers used by sign- and trophy-makers when cutting different size acrylics.

Laser Research CO2 Lenses feature focal lengths from 1.5” to 7.5” in 0.5” increments that are optimized for 10.6 microns to match exact acrylic sign-making requirements. Designed to produce clean crisp edges, the shorter focal lengths are ideal for making precise cuts on thinner materials and the longer focal lengths are suited for deeper cuts on thicker materials.

Offered in 0.75” to 1.00” sizes, Laser Research CO2 Lenses are A/R coated and dual-band coatings are available to assist with system alignment. Conforming to OEM and ISO-10110 specifications, these drop-in field replacements are compatible with Coherent®, Kern®, and similar lasers. Copper and silicon mirrors are also available.

Laser Research CO2 Laser Lenses and Mirrors for cutting acrylic are priced according to configuration and quantity.

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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