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1 March 1995 Construction of a CO2 laser for plasma-aided surface layer working
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A longitudinal excited slow flow laser is presented. In this cooling system a head pump is used. Optical coupled two unstable resonator assembly is used. A multi electrode system in each segment of the discharge tube secured discharge stability in continuous or impulse work. A very simple electrical system is controlled by computer and can be synchronized with plasmatron or plasma gun work.
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Jerzy Pisarek "Construction of a CO2 laser for plasma-aided surface layer working", Proc. SPIE 2202, Laser Technology IV: Research Trends, Instrumentation, and Applications in Metrology and Materials Processing, (1 March 1995);


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