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  1. Owing to its specific properties, such as non-contact manufacturing, no mechanical cutting forces, and no process tool wear, laser micromachining of transparent materials such as glass is an ideal method. However, the use of traditional lasers to machine tungsten carbide, such as the nanosecond pulsed laser, has been found to induce thermal effects, issues with residual material redeposition, and other problems. Picosecond pulsed laser has evolved as an efficient micromachining process. This technique can drill high-quality microholes, engrave various features, and produce micro or nano s
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