A wide range of drop-in, field replacement optics designed for mid-size lasers used in monument, sign, and stone fabrication applications have been introduced by Laser Research Optics of Providence, Rhode Island.
Laser Research CO2 Lenses & Mirrors for stone-cutting lasers feature higher focal lengths in the three-, four-, and five range to reduce damage from debris and provide deeper cuts for popular monument, sign, and stone cutting lasers.
They are supplied in plane-parallel configurations and include zero phase-, phase lock-, rear mirrors, output couplers, and phase retarders.
Manufactured to ISO-10110 specifications for optical elements Laser Research CO2 Lenses & Mirrors are available with 4.0 to 7.5-inch focal lengths in 0.75- and 1.5-inch-diameter sizes.
Made from mirror-grade single crystal silicon, the mirrors have an enhanced silver coat for 99.6 percent minimum reflectance at 10.6 microns.
Laser Research CO2 Lenses & Mirrors for popular monument, sign, and stone etching lasers are priced according to size and type and feature twenty-four-hour delivery.
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