Laser Beam Delivery 38mm Series : 38mm Beam Directing & Positioning

 

 

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38mm Laser Beam Directing & Positioning

38mm Kinematic Beam Splitter

Kinematic Beam Splitter : BSK2-38

The BSK2-38 Series kinematic laser beam splitters provide a 90º angular beam displacement of reflected beam with minimal lateral beam displacement of transmitted beams (lateral displacement is determined by optic thickness). Several laser beam splitting options are available, optics not included.

Independent kinematic mirror correction with eighty pitch adjustment screws provides precise, repeatable alignment. Optic removal & replacement can be accomplished without affecting alignment. Several beam splitter diameters and thicknesses can be accommodated.

Haas part number BSK2-38-51050-N shown above. Download technical drawings for each stock part number on the right. Download free Adobe PDF reader and SolidWorks Viewer on the left.

 

BSK2-38 Specifications

 

Kinematic Beam Splitter (BSK2) Part Numbering Anatomy

BSK2-38 dash Laser Beam Delivery Component Part # Laser Beam Delivery Component Part # dash Laser Beam Delivery Component Part #
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Optic Diameter
50 : 50mm
51 : 2.0"
 
Optic Edge Thickness
050 : 5.0mm
064 : .250"
095 : .375"
010 : 10mm
 
Cooling
N : None
W : Water
             

 


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