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Femtosecond laser for glass processing

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Abstract

A compact and flexible femtosecond laser with pulse duration of ~400-fs and pulse energy up to 100 µJ is presented. The femtosecond laser source is applied to glass processing applications.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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