Published paper in Applied Sciences on January 2022

Femtosecond laser micromachining is becoming an established technique for the fabrication of complex three-dimensional structures in glass. The possibility to encompass both optical and fluidic components in a single substrate allows us to realize optofluidic devices usable in several application fields. We present new investigations of laser-assisted etching in Eagle XG glass showing good etching conditions at low repetition rates and low irradiation speeds, which allow for complex microchannel network formation.

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