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Tailored-edge Glass Cleaving with Ultrafast Lasers

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The laser-based fabrication of glass contours with tailored edges is reported. To achieve energy deposition along arbitrary edge geometries, holographic beam splitters are applied. After laser modification, chemical, mechanical, and thermal separation processes are considered.

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