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CARBIDE Femtosecond Lasers for Industry and Science

¡´290 fs – 10 ps tunable pulse duration
¡´400 μJ pulse energy
¡´40 W output power
¡´60 kHz – 1 MHz tunable base repetition rate
¡´Pulse picker for pulse‑on‑demand operation
¡´Rugged, industrial grade mechanical design
¡´Automated harmonics generators
(515 nm, 343 nm, 257 nm)
¡´Air or water cooling
¡´Scientific interface enhancing system flexibility



CARBIDE industrial femtosecond laser features an output power of >40 W at 1028 nm wavelength. The laser emits single pure temporal contrast (>1:200) and up to 400 μJ energy pulses without any compromises to the beam quality, industrial grade reliability and beam stability regardless of the environment it is put in. Continuously tunable base repetition rate in a range of 60 – 1000 kHz is combined with an in‑built pulse picker for convenient output pulse control. Software adjustable pulse duration can be easily set in a range of 290 fs – 10 ps in seconds. Excellent power stability of <0.5 % RMS is standard.

Single monolithic housing allows fast warm‑up times. Laser is maintenance free. Electronical and most optical components in the laser are field accessible and upgradeable.

Carbide ships with an integrated shutter fulfilling performance level d requirements according to EN 13849‑1 by default. Due to an in‑built computer laser control is smooth via the provided extensive software package. Multiple custom laser control options are also available; they are convenient when lasers are being integrated in medical or industrial processing applications. CARBIDE can be equipped with a growing number of optional features: a beam expansion unit, an automated attenuator, harmonics or can be used as a seed source for parametric amplifiers and OPCPA systems.




¡´Micro- and nano‑structuring
¡´Multi‑photon polymerisation
¡´Nonlinear optics
¡´Time‑resolved spectroscopy


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