SOURCE: Laser Research Optics

Laser Research Optics

April 15, 2014 09:02 ET

Laser Engraving Optics Keep Plaques and Trophies Looking Sharp

PROVIDENCE, RI--(Marketwired - Apr 15, 2014) - Laser Research Optics offers a full line of OEM quality replacement CO2 laser optics for plaque and trophy engravers that are shipped overnight and suitable field replacements.

Laser Research CO2 Laser Optics are optimized for 10.6 µm where depth of field is critical and meet or exceed OEM and ISO-10110 specifications for optical elements. Ideally suited for Camtech®, Emission Technologies®, Epilog®, Ferba®, GCC Laser Pro Engravers®, Gravograph®, Jamieson Lasers® Kern®, LST Lasers®, Pinnacle®, Synrad®, Trotec®, Vytek®, and Universal® lasers, these laser optics help keep plaques and trophies looking sharp.

Supplied stand-alone or mounted, Laser Research CO2 Laser Optics feature focal lengths from 1" to 25", in 1/2" increments, and the mirrors are made from silicon and copper in 1/2" to 3" dia. sizes 2 mm to 10 mm thick. Total absorption values are < 0.2%, surface quality is 40-20 scratch-dig, and sphericity is < 1/40th wave.

Laser Research CO2 Laser Optics pricing is available at (888) 239-5545 or www.laserresearch.net and shipment is from stock with overnight delivery.

About Laser Research Optics

Laser Research Optics is a division of Meller Optics, Inc., a world leading manufacturer of hard crystalline materials such as ruby and sapphire since 1921. The company maintains one of the largest inventories of stock CO2 optics in the country. Available for immediate delivery, the optics are ideal for direct field replacement in low power CO2 lasers currently being used for laser marking, laser engraving, laser cutting, and low power scribing and welding.

Contact Information

  • 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