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Kvantovaya Elektronika, 1996, Volume 23, Number 7, Pages 660–662 (Mi qe744)  

Laser applications and other topics in quantum electronics

Precision laser processing of curved surfaces of revolution

O. V. Gritskevich, N. A. Meshcheryakov, Yu. V. Pod'yapol'skii

Siberian State Geodesic Academy, Novosibirsk

Abstract: A study was made of the transfer, by a laser beam, of an image of a pattern from a planar optical mask onto a real curved surface of revolution. Patterns with specified geometric dimensions and shape were formed on inner surfaces of a hemisphere, a cone, and a two-sheet hyperboloid transforming into a cone. ‘Latent images’ were also produced on inner surfaces of a torus and a paraboloid.

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Quantum Electronics, 1996, 26:7, 644–646

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PACS: 42.62.Cf, 85.40.Hp
Received: 01.01.1996

Citation: O. V. Gritskevich, N. A. Meshcheryakov, Yu. V. Pod'yapol'skii, “Precision laser processing of curved surfaces of revolution”, Kvantovaya Elektronika, 23:7 (1996), 660–662 [Quantum Electron., 26:7 (1996), 644–646]

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