Design and Performance of a Focus-Detection System for Use in Laser Micromachining
AbstractWe describe a new approach for locating the focal position in laser micromachining. This approach is based on a feedback system that uses a charge-coupled device (CCD) camera, a beam splitter, and a mirror to focus a laser beam on the surface of a work piece. We tested the proposed method for locating the focal position by using Zemax simulations, as well as physically carrying out drilling processes. Compared with conventional methods, this approach is advantageous because: the implementation is simple, the specimen can easily be positioned at the focal position, and the dynamically adjustable scan amplitude and the CCD camera can be used to monitor the laser beam’s profile. The proposed technique will be particularly useful for locating the focal position on any surface in laser micromachining. View Full-Text
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Cao, B.X.; Bae, M.; Sohn, H.; Choi, J.; Kim, Y.; Kim, J.-O.; Noh, J. Design and Performance of a Focus-Detection System for Use in Laser Micromachining. Micromachines 2016, 7, 2.
Cao BX, Bae M, Sohn H, Choi J, Kim Y, Kim J-O, Noh J. Design and Performance of a Focus-Detection System for Use in Laser Micromachining. Micromachines. 2016; 7(1):2.Chicago/Turabian Style
Cao, Binh X.; Bae, Munju; Sohn, Hyonkee; Choi, Jiyeon; Kim, Youngduk; Kim, Jeng-o; Noh, Jiwhan. 2016. "Design and Performance of a Focus-Detection System for Use in Laser Micromachining." Micromachines 7, no. 1: 2.
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