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SN-GC SERIES LASER TYPE PARTICULATE MATTER (PM) SENSOR

Panasonic expands its sensor technology offering to include the laser type particulate matter sensor Panasonic’s laser type PM sensor is an addition to its already broad range of specialty sensor solutions. It is comprised of an on-board microprocessor, micro-fan, and laser diode. This sensor has been programmed so that the fan will operate based on the amount of particle …

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ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLIES WITHOUT PCBS BUT WITH LASER DIRECT STRUCTURING

Laser direct structuring (LDS) is a special success story. For almost 20 years, it has been possible to apply electronic conductor paths directly onto plastic parts during series production. Laser Direct Structuring (LDS) – The structure of the conductor path is applied using the LDS process. LDS enables electronic assemblies to be made in flexible …

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CUBIIO 2: LASER CUTTER & METAL ENGRAVER WITH AUTOFOCUS

Whether it’s to print your name on personal belongings, elevate product value with your own logo or print your favorite photo on any surface, this 2nd generation machine gives an output resolution of 500 DPI. After we saw what could be described as “the very first palm-sized compact laser engraver and the most funded fabrication …

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BROADCOM AFBR-S50MV85I TIME-OF-FLIGHT SENSOR MODULE

AFBR-S50MV85I is a multi-pixel optical distance and motion measurement sensor module, based on the optical Time of Flight principle AFBR-S50MV85I is a multi-pixel optical distance and motion measurement sensor module, based on the optical Time of Flight principle. The technology has been developed with a special focus on applications with the need for the highest speed …

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SPECTROMETER DETECTS CHEMICALS BY ZAPPING SAMPLES WITH A LASER BEAM

Here at Hackaday, we love projects that result in useful lab equipment for a fraction of the cost of professional gear. [Lorenz], over at Advanced Tinkering, built his own instrument for Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy, or LIBS, and it’s quite an impressive device. LIBS is a technique for analyzing substances to find their chemical composition. Basically, the …

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WATER IS THE SECRET INGREDIENT WHEN LASER CUTTING CERAMICS TO MAKE CIRCUITS

[Ben Krasnow] over at Applied Science was experimenting with cutting inexpensive ceramic sheets with his cheap CO2 laser cutter when he found that (just as expected) the thermal shock of the CO2 beam would cause cracking and breaking of the workpiece. After much experimentation, he stumbled upon a simple solution: submersion under a thin layer of water …

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PARTICLE ACCELERATOR FITS ON A CHIP

Researchers at Stanford University have demonstrated the acceleration of electrons through what they describe as an “On-chip integrated laser-driven particle accelerator”, detailed in a recent paper published in the Science journal. by Tom Abate On a hillside above Stanford University, the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory operates a scientific instrument nearly 2 miles long. In this …

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