OPTO-MECHANICAL SYSTEM FOR LASER BEAM DISTRIBUTION

Abstract

Laser beam distribution requires complex opto-mechanical system allowing safe and precise delivery of different laser beams from hall laboratories to experimental workstations developed within the HiLASE project of the IOP in the Czech Republic. The unique nature of new generation of HiLASE high energy diode-pumped solid state laser systems with high repetition rates requires advanced design approach. We use modular approach that allows gradual modification and flexible change of the distribution layout according to current laboratory needs as well as customization of individual branches including their optical, mechanical and electronic equipment. The distribution system performance excels with high pointing stability and low vibration transmission.

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