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High laser damage threshold coatings

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Deposition Sciences (DSI) has introduced a line of high laser damage threshold (LDT) coatings. Designed for use with lasers and other high energy systems, these coatings are suitable for diode, diode-pumped solid-state (DPSS), and gas lasers. DSI’s new products feature laser damage threshold levels as high as 25mW/cm2.

High damage thresholds are important for many of today’s laser applications, including laser cutting, laser machining, micromachining, laser drilling, and laser welding. High laser damage threshold performance is coupled with the company’s ability to coat a wide variety of component geometries uniformly, including complex shapes.