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LASER World Of PHOTONICS 2015: Universal Laser Systems Introduce Advanced 250W and 500W CO2 Laser Technology

Advancing air-cooled, CO2 laser technology to higher and higher levels, Universal Laser Systems adds to its line of integrated, air-cooled CO2 lasers with the launch of the ULR 250 watt and ULCR 500 watt lasers to its OEM 10.6 micron CO2 laser offerings.  

Compact for the power level, both the ULR 250 and the ULCR 500 are designed with a built-in RF power supply and patented in-line air cooling; making these laser sources the first in-line, air-cooled lasers in this power range. In-line cooling leverages airflow from an internal fan to cool both the laser and the power supply.  A robust RF power supply operates on 48 volts DC and includes a communication port for monitoring laser functions.

Excellent beam quality in both near and far fields and availability of high peak power yields faster processing, increased throughput, capability to cut thicker materials, produce cleaner cuts, and deeper marks.  Low profile mounting and quick release electrical connectors make for easy incorporation into all types of OEM system configurations.  

The ULR 250 watt is a single slab resonator design adaptable to an array of OEM applications.  The ULCR 500 employs an optically-combined, dual resonator 500 watt laser. Integration into OEM products is simple and efficient.

For more information, visit www.co2laser.com or www.ulsinc.com.

About Universal Laser Systems

Universal Laser Systems Inc. is a laser system engineering and manufacturing company founded in 1988 and headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, with sales offices in Vienna, Austria and Yokohama, Japan. Universal Laser Systems, Inc. is a leading global provider of CO2 and fiber laser systems and recognized experts in laser-material interactions and advanced material processing. The laser systems are widely used in small business to Fortune 500 companies throughout automotive, aerospace, awards, electronics, packaging and manufacturing industries to produce a variety of goods ranging from custom, one-off items to identical mass-produced parts and products.  Universal laser systems are used to cut, mark and engrave a broad variety of organic and inorganic materials. For more information visit our website at www.ulsinc.com.

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