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yag laser

[′yag ‚lā·zər]
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Avio's new line of YAG Laser Welders consists of five (5) different maximum-output power models; 8W, 20W, 50W, 150W and 300W.
3) Indications for Q Switch Neodynium Yag laser Surgery of the Vitreous.
The Lumonics 708 YAG laser is for deep drilling at high speed.
YAG lasers are generally used for higher-quality marking on parts such as electronic connectors, underhood components, keycaps, and surgical equipment.
THG YAG laser has outstanding features derived from its laser characteristics not available on the other lasers such as capabilities for ultra micro machining and for machining difficult-to-process materials like hard or transparent materials.
As SLT continues its adoption as the treatment of choice for laser glaucoma therapy and physicians look to replace their obsolete YAG lasers with newer, more advanced technologies, the dual-functionality Selecta Duet will be an ideal solution for the single office, operating room or multiple practice setting," said Robert Grant, Executive Vice President of Lumenis.
The GentleYAG will offer superior capability for the treatment of unwanted leg veins and for hair removal on dark and tanned skin over any other YAG laser on the market today.
Until now, it's been difficult for low-powered CO2 lasers to mark plastics, particularly PE and PP, forcing processors to opt for higher-powered CO2 lasers and YAG lasers.
Adhering to lead-free directives, laser diodes have been found ideal as excitation source especially for solid-state YAG lasers.
Soft tissue procedures are performed by diode, CO2 and Nd: YAG lasers, whereas Er: YAGs and Er, Cr: YSGG dental lasers can perform both hard and soft tissue procedures.
And its compact size, high electrical efficiency, and power scalability will bring it into areas where YAG lasers are not typically used.