publication . Conference object . Article . 2011

Ultrafast Scan Techniques for 3D-μm Structuring of Metal Surfaces with high repetitive ps-laser pulses

Arnold Gillner; Guido Hennig; Stephan Eifel; Stephan Bruening;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2011
  • Country: Germany
Abstract Metals and other materials can be machined with surpassing quality and highest flexibility with high power ultrafast lasers. In this study a slab based MOPA ps-laser system with fluencies of up to 30 J/cm 2 and pulse repetition rates in the multi MHz range for processing of large embossing metal rollers has been investigated. Different materials (Cu, Ni, Al, steel) have been explored for parameters like ablation rate per pulse, ablation geometry, surface roughness, influence of pulse overlap and number of loops. An enhanced ablation quality and an effective ablation rate of 4 mm 3 /min has been achieved by using different scanning systems and an optimiz...
free text keywords: Physics and Astronomy(all), ultrashort laser pulse, 3D μm machining, ablation, acousto optical deflector (AOD), polygon, medicine.medical_treatment, medicine, Embossing, Ultrashort pulse, Optics, business.industry, business, Surface roughness, Slab, Laser, law.invention, law, Materials science, Pulse (signal processing)
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