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Laser Lenses

What are laser lenses? Laser lenses are a versatile tool that focuses laser light onto an object. These devices can vary the wavelength of the laser light and can be pre-set to the exact distance needed to achieve a particular result. Changing the lens is easy and only takes a few seconds. The most important thing to remember is to follow the manufacturer's instructions, as these are the only reliable standards. In this article, we'll discuss important features of lenses. Features: When selec...

What are laser lenses?

Laser lenses are a versatile tool that focuses laser light onto an object. These devices can vary the wavelength of the laser light and can be pre-set to the exact distance needed to achieve a particular result. Changing the lens is easy and only takes a few seconds. The most important thing to remember is to follow the manufacturer's instructions, as these are the only reliable standards. In this article, we'll discuss important features of lenses.

Features:

When selecting a lense, several vital features should be kept in mind. These features include;

Focal Length and Diameter:

The most important parameters to consider are the focal length and diameter, which determine the beam's power density and the focus distance, or the distance between the lens and the analysed material. For CO2 lasers, the larger the diameter, the greater the power density. This is because the beam expands to fill the larger focal length. The deeper the spot, the less intense the light, and the shorter the focal length. A specified focal length compromises the desired spot size and penetration depth and is usually required for workpiece clearance.

Focus tolerance:

The second factor to consider is focusing tolerance. A larger lens has a wider focus tolerance, ideal for cutting thick materials. On the other hand, a smaller focal length will result in a smaller focal spot, causing the laser beam to converge faster and create a shallower depth of focus. This results in an image with sharper details. Therefore, the larger the field of view, the larger the lens's focal length.

Laser's power:

The laser's power is a key feature for improving the quality of a lens's focus. A lens that doesn't focus can make the light of a laser beam less effective. When it focuses, the beam's focus is improved. The lens also helps to correct a lens's alignment. Proper focusing and collimation are crucial to improving the quality of the beam. 

Design:

It is essential to choose a lens that's designed for your application. You can get a custom lens at an affordable price from a manufacturer. These are the best options for your applications, and they'll save you a lot of money in the long run.

 

Types and applications of lenses:

Several laser-based lenses are available, such as plano-convex lenses, MAT-100, MAT-400, and many more, which are excellent in their performances and possess good compatibility. These lenses use helium gas as a source of light. A typical lens is made of zinc selenide, gallium arsenide, or germanium. The first two lenses are preferred for high-power applications as they have the lowest absorption and maximum depth of focus. These materials are the only ones that transmit visible light, making them the best choice for many applications.

A high-quality laser-based lens can make engraving and etching much easier, and a high-powered laser will have a bright, clear image. Some lenses are made of low-quality plastic, and if they are not of a high-quality design, the engraving will be blurred. To ensure the quality of your laser lens, check the lens's power loss, as defective will lead to a poor-quality engraving. 

The standard laser lens is used for general laser applications, such as engraving. This lens type can have a spot size of 0.003 inches or less. Its wide-band transmission is ideal for most applications. Specialised lenses are required for a specific application. To use a Co2 laser, it must be cooled and turned off before removing it. Then, the optical system must be unplugged before replacing the Lenses.

Conclusion:

Several factors determine the selection of a particular type of laser lens. Each type has its best specifications and sub-types suitable for a specific application. It is vital to make sure that durable and standard lenses are used. 

 


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Global Laser
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Lenses for M9 Cameo Laser Modules A range of M9 thread mounting collimating lenses from Global Laser suitable for use with the Cameo and LaserLyte-Flex Laser Modules, and Red/Green Laser Alignment Kits. The lenses allow users to tailor the laser modules to suit their optical requirements by improving beam divergence, circularising output beams or changing spot or beam dimensions. Lens position can be adjusted by using the M9 Focus Key, 127-1533 .
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Global Laser
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Collimating Lenses Three high-quality adjustable lenses for the Beta CW, Beta TX and Acculase laser ranges. The singlet lens produces a highly collimated beam over short, medium and long distances The line generator lenses produce a 'fan' of light resulting in a line on the target object Two line lenses are available: narrow (16°) and wide (106°)
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Global Laser
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Collimating Lenses Three high-quality adjustable lenses for the Beta CW, Beta TX and Acculase laser ranges. The singlet lens produces a highly collimated beam over short, medium and long distances The line generator lenses produce a 'fan' of light resulting in a line on the target object Two line lenses are available: narrow (16°) and wide (106°)
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Global Laser
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The Global Laser 125° line lens is designed to be a simple interchangeable optic that can be screwed on and off the front of any of our M9 threaded laser modules with a suitable collimator. Its exit aperture is 5mm and the cross lens consists of a moulded acrylic multi rod lens element fitted within an 11mm diameter lens holder. Used acrylic lens material No A/R coated
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Global Laser
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Lenses for M9 Cameo Laser Modules A range of M9 thread mounting collimating lenses from Global Laser suitable for use with the Cameo and LaserLyte-Flex Laser Modules, and Red/Green Laser Alignment Kits. The lenses allow users to tailor the laser modules to suit their optical requirements by improving beam divergence, circularising output beams or changing spot or beam dimensions. Lens position can be adjusted by using the M9 Focus Key, 127-1533 .
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Global Laser
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Lenses for M9 Cameo Laser Modules A range of M9 thread mounting collimating lenses from Global Laser suitable for use with the Cameo and LaserLyte-Flex Laser Modules, and Red/Green Laser Alignment Kits. The lenses allow users to tailor the laser modules to suit their optical requirements by improving beam divergence, circularising output beams or changing spot or beam dimensions. Lens position can be adjusted by using the M9 Focus Key, 127-1533 .
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Global Laser
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The Global Laser 8° line optic compatible with Beta CW and Beta TX laser is designed to be a simple interchangeable optic that can be screwed on and off the front of any of our Beta CW or Beta TX laser module. This is suitable for a wide range of applications including alignment, positioning and machine vision. Used glass lens material Used A/R coated
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Cross and Line Optics for LaserLyte-Flex Interchangeable lens elements which can be used to convert the dot projected by a LaserLyte-Flex Laser into a line, cross or 4x4 grid line. The wider angle optics utilise a moulded multi-rod lens; the 9° cross optic has a DOE (diffractive optical element) lens. The optics are for use with 697-3557 The following optics are available: 127-1548 Line Optic, 18° 127-1549 Line Optic, 30° 697-3569 Line Optic, 60° 697-3572 Line Optic, 90° 697-3579 Cross Optic, 9° 697-3581 Cross Optic, 60° 127-1550 Cross Optic, 100° 127-1547 4x4 Grid optic 9° 60° Line Length at 100 mm distance 16 mm 115 mm Line Length at 300 mm distance 47 mm 346 mm Line Length at 500 mm distance 79 mm 577 mm
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Global Laser
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Lenses for M9 Cameo Laser Modules A range of M9 thread mounting collimating lenses from Global Laser suitable for use with the Cameo and LaserLyte-Flex Laser Modules, and Red/Green Laser Alignment Kits. The lenses allow users to tailor the laser modules to suit their optical requirements by improving beam divergence, circularising output beams or changing spot or beam dimensions. Lens position can be adjusted by using the M9 Focus Key, 127-1533 .
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Global Laser
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Lenses for M11 Aculase & Beta Laser Modules A range of M11 thread mounting collimating lenses from Global Laser suitable for use with the Aculase and Beta TX/CW Laser Modules. The lenses allow users to tailor the laser modules to suit their optical requirements by improving beam divergence, circularising output beams or changing spot or beam dimensions. Lens position can be adjusted by using the M11 Focus Key, 127-1535 .
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Cross and Line Optics for LaserLyte-Flex Interchangeable lens elements which can be used to convert the dot projected by a LaserLyte-Flex Laser into a line, cross or 4x4 grid line. The wider angle optics utilise a moulded multi-rod lens; the 9° cross optic has a DOE (diffractive optical element) lens. The optics are for use with 697-3557 The following optics are available: 127-1548 Line Optic, 18° 127-1549 Line Optic, 30° 697-3569 Line Optic, 60° 697-3572 Line Optic, 90° 697-3579 Cross Optic, 9° 697-3581 Cross Optic, 60° 127-1550 Cross Optic, 100° 127-1547 4x4 Grid optic 9° 60° Line Length at 100 mm distance 16 mm 115 mm Line Length at 300 mm distance 47 mm 346 mm Line Length at 500 mm distance 79 mm 577 mm
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Global Laser
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Lenses for M11 Aculase & Beta Laser Modules A range of M11 thread mounting collimating lenses from Global Laser suitable for use with the Aculase and Beta TX/CW Laser Modules. The lenses allow users to tailor the laser modules to suit their optical requirements by improving beam divergence, circularising output beams or changing spot or beam dimensions. Lens position can be adjusted by using the M11 Focus Key, 127-1535 .
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