An imaging technique with solid-state lasers that has several limitations: non-uniform energy distribution, very short working distances, and poor control of hole geometry.
A printing process involving laser-engraved, seamless rubber plates.
Also Focus (noun). The point toward which radiation converges or from which radiation diverges or appears to diverge.
Construction in which the interior optical path is bent by mirrors mounted on corner blocks bolted into pre-aligned position, permitting compact packaging of a long laser cavity.
The number of light waves passing a fixed point unit of time, or the number of complete vibrations in that period of time.