Bessel beams

A laser needle to observe microscopic objects

Bessel beams are "needles" of light formed by the interference of a laser beam with a conical-phase (Fig. 1). They have many applications in both research and industry. In particular, they are...
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Laser material processing

Why switch to reflective technology to generate Bessel beams?

Glass cutting, especially for smartphone screens, requires high precision. Ultrashort laser machining using a Bessel beam allows quality improvement of machining, as well as their efficiency. It...
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Laser material processing - Oct 9, 2020

Why switch to reflective technology to generate Bessel beams?

Glass cutting, especially for smartphone screens, requires high precision. Ultrashort laser machining using a Bessel beam allows quality improvement of machining, as well as their efficiency. It also allows complex cuttings...
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CANUNDA-PULSE-AXICON - Apr 3, 2020

How to manufacture a foldable smartphone screen using Bessel beams

With the advent of ultra-thin glass screens in the consumer market, especially for smartphones and displays, ultrashort laser glass cutting has emerged as a more efficient and higher quality option than mechanical methods....
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Laser material processing - Mar 21, 2019

Glass cutting using Bessel beams

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