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Microfabrication of transparent materials using femtosecond laser pulses has showed good potential towards industrial application. Maintaining pulse energies above the critical self-focusing limit produced filaments that were used for micromachining purposes. This article demonstrates a fabrication technique using femtosecond filaments generated in water(More)
We present direct laser fabrication of three-dimensional (3D) microstructured scaffolds consisting out of a few polymeric materials having different biological properties. Direct laser writing in photo/thermo-sensitive materials using ultra short light pulses of high repetition rate laser provides unmatched flexibility in controllable 3D microstructuring of(More)
Micromachining of 1 mm thick dielectric and metallic substrates was conducted using femtosecond pulse generated filaments in water. Several hundred microjoule energy pulses were focused within a water layer covering the samples. Within this water layer, non-linear self-action mechanisms transform the beam, which enables higher quality and throughput(More)
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