Abstract

In certain cases the burst mode can lead to a higher efficient ablation process resulting in an increased specific removal rate as observed for different metals and also for silicon. Calorimetric measurements of the residual heat and the absorptance on copper indicate that the increased absorptance of a surface machined with a burst is responsible for this effect even the residual heat rests unchanged.

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