CO2 Lenses and Mirrors support cutting and engraving.

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Designed for 200–500 W lasers, CO2 Lenses and Mirrors produce clean edge and cut up to 3 mm deep. Offered in 1–1.5 in. diameter sizes, lenses come in 1.5–5 in. focal lengths in 0.5 in. increments to assure intricate, detailed cuts or deeper and wider cuts, as required. Silicon mirrors range from 0.5 in. to 5 mm thick. Providing < 0.2% total absorption values, 40-20 scratch-dig surface quality, and <1/40th wave sphericity, lenses and mirrors conform to OEM ISO-10110 specifications.



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C02 Laser Optics for Mid-Range Cutting and Engraving



A line of OEM quality replacement CO2 lenses and mirrors for mid-range laser cutting and engraving systems that are in-stock for next day delivery are being introduced by Laser Research Optics of Providence, Rhode Island.



Laser Research CO2 Lenses and Mirrors for 200 - 500W cutting and engraving lasers are designed to produce a clean edge and cut up to 3 mm deep.  Offered in 1” to 1.5” dia. sizes, lenses come in 1.5” to 5” focal lengths in 0.5” increments to assure intricate, detailed cuts or deeper and wider cuts, as required, and the silicon mirrors are 0.5” to 5 mm thick.



Suitable field replacements for Epilog®, GCC Laser Pro Engravers®, Kern®, Synrad®, Trotec®, Universal®, Vytek®, and similar lasers used for producing metal and plastic signage, Laser Research CO2 Lenses and Mirrors conform to OEM ISO-10110 specifications.  They provide < 0.2% total absorption values, 40-20 scratch-dig surface quality and < 1/40th wave sphericity.



Laser Research CO2 Lenses and Mirrors are priced according to type, size, and quantity; with overnight delivery from stock.  Pricing is available upon request at (888) 239-5545 or www.laserresearch.net .



For more information contact:

Laser Research Optics

A Division of Meller Optics, Inc.

Scott Rouillard, Sales Mgr.

120 Corliss St.

Providence, RI 02904

(888) 239-5545  FAX (401) 331-4004

e-mail: scott@laserresearch.net

www.laserresearch.net

                                         




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