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Low Power CW Fiber Laser

From UV to middle infrared, IPG's offers a wide selection of continuous wave(CW) fiber lasers in the low power range (<100 W)

 

They are used for scientific, R&D and commercial applications, lasers in this power range are offered with options such as wavelengths selectivity, direct analog power modulation, polarization options and more

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Mid Power CW Fiber Laser

IPG offers a wide selection of continuous wave (CW) fiber lasers between 100 W and 4kW for commercial and scientific applications.

These lasers combine rugged industrial design and maintenance-free operation with perfect beam mode, high power and pointing stability. Laser power and pointing stability. Laser power can be adjusted over a wide range without affecting optical parameters.

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High Power CW Fiber Laser

High power class fiber laser systems range from 1 to 100 kW of average power. These systems are designed to operate in industrial manufacturing environments.

These lasers come with a variety of beam delivery and process head options providing the ultimate flexibility in optimizing one laser for many different applications

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Quasi-Fiber Laser

IPG Photonics's quasi continuous wave (QCW) fiber lasers produce peak power 10 times greater in pulsed versus CW mode and are ideal for the replacement of conventional flash-lamp-pumped

 

YAG lasers used in spot welding, seam welding & drilling. the QCW series fiber lasers can be retrofitted into most existing system. These compact units are substantially more cost-effective than lamp-pumped YAG due to > 30% wall-plug efficiency

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Pico & Femtosecond Fiber Laser

IPG Photonics offers green, infrared and Mid-IR picosecond and femtosecond fiber and fiber-to bulk hybrid lasers. Ultra-fast fiber lasers are used in a variety of medical, scientific and material processing applications.

 

They are ideal for precision micro machining applications such as processing of semiconductors, flat panel displays and various thin-film materials.