Copper mirrors

  • 13-Jan-2012 10:39 EST
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REO’s copper high reflectors are suited for beam delivery and beam shaping tasks involving high-power CO2 lasers. The mirrors offer a combination of high reflectivity (>99.7% at 10.6 µm), excellent surface quality (40-20), and low scatter (surface roughness <50Å) and are produced from OFHC (oxygen-free, high-thermal-conductivity) copper for superior optical performance and maximum laser damage threshold. The mirrors can be produced with plano, spherical, or cylindrical surfaces over the 6 to 150 mm size range. Through holes, mounting flanges, and other mechanical features can be easily accommodated.

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