A beam combiner set is a device that is used to combine the beams of multiple lasers into a single beam. It is commonly used in laser engraving and cutting machines to increase the power of the laser beam and improve the efficiency of the engraving or cutting process.
The beam combiner set that you have described consists of a beam combiner, a mount, and a laser pointer. The beam combiner is an optical element that is made of a material such as zinc selenide (ZnSe) or calcium fluoride (CaF2) and is designed to transmit and combine the beams of multiple lasers. The mount is a mechanical fixture that holds the beam combiner in place. The laser pointer is a low-power laser that is used to align the beam combiner with the laser beams.
To use the beam combiner set, you will need to install it in your CO2 laser engraving machine. This may involve attaching the mount to the machine and positioning the beam combiner in the path of the laser beams. You will then need to align the beam combiner using the laser pointer and fine-tune the position and angle of the beam combiner to ensure that it is correctly combining the laser beams.
It is important to carefully follow the manufacturer’s instructions for installing and using the beam combiner set in order to ensure proper operation and safety. If you are unsure about any aspect of the installation or operation of the beam combiner, you should seek the advice of a qualified laser engineer.
Laser Beam Combiner Set 20mm ZnSe for CO2 Laser Engraving Machine
500-700mm red light(visible line)
Combiner the 500-700nm visible red line with the invisible 10.6um co2 laser line to be one line, then make the laser beam visible
- The first step is to install the red pointer and connect tothe5Vpower supply
- The second step is to install the beam combining lens, pay attention to the direction of the arrow marked on the cylindrical surface of the lens， and this side of the lens faces the red light indicator
- The third step is to install the beam combiner frame into the machine. The position is next to the first mirror base. The installation position requires the Co2 laser to hit the center of the beam combiner lens
- The fourth step is to adjust the screws on the beam combining frame so that the CO2 laser and the red light are on the same line