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High average power 600 μ
J ultrafast fiber laser for micromachining application
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Scaling up of pulse energy in an ultrafast fiber laser is demonstrated by simultaneous use of chirped-pulse amplification and divided-pulse amplification. The simultaneous generation of 60 W of compressed average power at 100 kHz, together with 320 fs and 600 μJ pulses represents the highest performance achieved from an industrial grade ultrafast fiber laser.
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