10kHz to 100kHz Lasers 

On this page, we have a list of all of the 10kHz to 100kHz repetition (rep) rate lasers offered by RPMC. If you don’t see a laser with the parameters needed, most of our lasers can be modified for your needs.

For pulsed lasers, unlike continuous-wave (CW) lasers, the output cannot be specified by their output power alone.  This is because the output power of a pulsed laser is determined by three different parameters; the laser’s pulse width, pulse energy, and pulse repetition rate.

If you need help selecting the best laser for your application, or defining the laser requirements for a specific application, please contact our product manager for assistance.

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MicroMake Series

MicroMake: Micromachining Laser SystemThe MicroMake Series is a fully-integrated, compact, sub-ns DPSS laser micromachining system for high precision and resolution applications. A flexible platform, with >35kW of peak power and processing speeds up to 40mm/second, the system includes all the needed devices for direct laser micro-processing in a single, monolithic, air-cooled configuration. Equipped with a live microscope, alignments and in-process quality checks are a breeze. All these features perfectly suit various materials utilized in microelectronic circuits, displays fabrication and correction, biomedical device machining and optical substrates microprocessing.

Wedge Series

Wedge-XF-1064: 1064nm Picosecond Laser

The Wedge series of DPSS lasers is designed for OEM applications such as micromachining, LIDAR, LIBS, and more. Based on proprietary fast Q-switching technology, this series is compact, sealed, and monolithic, making them insensitive to vibrations & harsh environments. High peak powers, relatively low energy and low heat generation allow efficient ablation and non-linear interaction. Available from 266-3106nm, up to 4 mJ pulse energy @ 1064, the compact and lightweight package benefits LIDAR and aerospace applications, while short pulses provide exact time-of-flight measurements.