Datasets used in the paper entitled "Picosecond laser cutting and drilling of thin flex glass"

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File 1: 2015 06 08 Laser cutting TFG - Results (Fig 5 and 7).xlsx

Effective cutting speed as a function of pulse energy and laser fluence for the 50µm and 100µm thick AF32® Eco Thin Glass substrates. Results obtained for three laser wavelengths: 343nm, 515nm and 1030nm.


File 2: 2015 06 08 Laser cutting TFG - Results (Fig 10 and 11).xlsx

Fig. 10.: (a) The number of laser passes required to drill through the 100μm TFG substrate and (b) the calculated effective drilling speed (VEFFD) as a function of the pulse energy.

Fig. 11. (a) Micro-hole outlet diameter as a function of the number of laser passes for Ep = 51μJ, 58μJ and 66μJ. (b) The calculated effective drilling speed (VEFFD) as a function of the micro-hole outlet diameter.
Date made available10 Jun 2015
PublisherHeriot-Watt University
Date of data production10 Jun 2015

Research Output

Picosecond laser cutting and drilling of thin flex glass

Wlodarczyk, K. L., Brunton, A., Rumsby, P. & Hand, D. P., Mar 2016, In : Optics and Lasers in Engineering. 78, p. 64-74

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    Wlodarczyk, K. L. (Creator) (10 Jun 2015). Datasets used in the paper entitled "Picosecond laser cutting and drilling of thin flex glass". Heriot-Watt University. 2015_06_08_Laser_cutting_TFG_Results_Fig_5_and_7_(.xlsx), 2015_06_08_Laser_cutting_TFG_Results_Fig_10_and_11_(.xlsx).