Why does the laser field lens burn?

2024-05-13 14:14

Why does the laser field lens burn?

Laser field mirrors generally have two functions. One is to limit the range of laser action and focus the beam. The other function is to

dissipate heat. The burnt spots of field mirrors are generally caused by excessive smoke during the coding process or large dust in the equipment usage environment. Suspended particles are easy to stick to the field lens. Over time, the particles will stick more and more firmly after being heated, thus forming burning spots. The heat dissipation of the field lens made of glass becomes more and more uneven,

which may eventually cause the lens to crack. Therefore, if the smoke and dust are too large during the coding process, you should use a smoke dust collector to absorb the smoke and dust. Usually, use non-woven fabric + alcohol. Wipe the lens frequently

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