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JH glass 80w co2 laser tube with baffle manufacturing method

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JH glass 80w co2 laser tube produces optical radiation (light) inside a laser resonator (often referred to as a laser cavity). The optical radiation accumulates inside JH glass 80w co2 laser tube resonator and eventually travels through the resonator's final optical surface (often referred to as the output Zener) to the space outside JH glass 80w co2 laser tube W. A powerful laser can be used to cut, drill, weld, mark or engrave materials. In particular, a radio frequency (RF) excited gas laser generates laser energy when a gaseous medium within JH glass 80w co2 laser tube is excited by RF energy applied between the paired electrodes. An example of a gas laser is a carbon dioxide (C〇2) laser.

The performance parameters of lasers, particularly RF-excited gas lasers, can generally be characterized by laser power, power stability, and beam mode quality. Each of these performance parameters may be affected by one or more conditions within JH glass 80w co2 laser tube itself. For example, changing the gas conditions inside the electrodes of an RF excited gas laser may affect the uniformity of gas discharge inside the electrodes. This will then affect the M 2 (pronounced "square of M") parameter, which is defined as the ratio of the product of the beam parameter of the actual beam (BPP) to the product of the beam parameters of the ideal Gaussian beam of the same wavelength (eg, "beam quality factor"). . Changing the conditions of the gas inside the electrode may also affect other laser beam characteristics, such as roundness and/or roundness. In pulsed gas lasers, especially in the case of unstable resonators, acoustic oscillations inside JH glass 80w co2 laser tube structure may cause some changes in the internals of the electrodes and thus degrade the beam quality and/or degrade the power stability. . Therefore, the ability of a laser to perform its intended purpose is often reduced.

 

It is not intended to identify key or essential features of the claimed subject matter, and the scope of the claimed subject matter.

A tube for a slab laser. The tube includes a first electrode having an inner surface of the first electrode and a second electrode having an inner surface of the second electrode. The first electrode is spaced apart from the second electrode in the first lateral direction, thereby defining a gap region having a gap thickness between the first electrode inner surface and the second electrode inner surface. The tube also includes first and second elongated baffle members each having an elongated central passage formed on an inner surface thereof, respectively. First and second elongated baffle members are disposed in the gap region along respective first and second longitudinal edge portions of the first and second electrodes, respectively. The first and second elongated baffle members are disposed with their inner surfaces facing the gap region such that the inner surfaces of the first electrode, the second electrode, the first baffle member, and the second baffle member cooperate around the gap region. The elongated central passage of the baffle member is adapted to extend the gap region in the second lateral direction to a depth of the central passage, thereby defining a separation in the passage extending longitudinally along the length of the baffle member (S-nd- Off) area.

Further, various embodiments of the present disclosure are directed to a tube for a slab laser including a first electrode having a first electrode inner surface and a second electrode having a second electrode inner surface. The first electrode is spaced apart from the second electrode in the first lateral direction, thereby defining a gap region having a gap thickness between the first electrode inner surface and the second electrode inner surface. The tube includes first and second elongated baffle members each having an elongated central passage formed on an inner surface thereof, respectively. The first and second elongated baffle members are disposed in the gap region along respective first and second longitudinal edge portions of the first and second electrodes, respectively. The first and second elongated baffle members are disposed with their inner surfaces facing the gap region such that the inner surfaces of the first electrode, the second electrode, the first baffle member, and the second baffle member cooperate around the gap region. The first and second elongate baffle members each include an aperture portion disposed along the length thereof in the longitudinal direction.

[0014] A specific embodiment of a JH glass 80w co2 laser tube having a baffle will now be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. For the sake of unity, similar elements in the various figures (also referred to as the figures) are denoted by like reference numerals.

[0015] In the following detailed description of the embodiments, numerous specific details are set forth to provide a more complete understanding of a JH glass 80w co2 laser tube with a baffle. It will be apparent to those skilled in the art, however, that these embodiments may be practiced without the specific details. On the other hand, well-known features have not been described in detail to avoid unnecessarily complicating the specification.

 


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