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Industrial Laser Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of industrial laser manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top industrial laser manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find industrial laser companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture industrial lasers to your companies specifications. Then contact the industrial laser companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of industrial fiber lasers, industrial co2 lasers, industrial light lasers, or customized industrial lasers of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Hatfield, PA 800-314-3332

    Isotech offers a full range of Fiber, C02, UV, Green, MOPA, Nanosecond, Picosecond and Femtosecond laser systems for marking, cutting and welding of many substrates. Isotech offers both standard systems as well as fully automated or custom systems depending on your specific requirements. Integrated, automated solutions with conveyors, palletized pick and place, rotary dial tables, hoppers, and robots are all part of the engineering we offer.

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  • Quebec, QC 418 780-7324

    At Laserax, we manufacture laser systems for the most demanding laser marking and laser cleaning applications. Our laser markers and cleaners are used in smelters, die casting factories and extrusion plants like yours the world over. Visit our website to browse through our offerings or call us today for more information on our products.

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  • Harrison, OH 513-367-7100

    Cincinnati Incorporated maintains a modern industrial facility where product development, manufacturing, sales and support are combined to assure complete customer service and satisfaction. Manufacturing lasers, press brakes, shears and parts marker presses, our technicians are backed by a factory-based technical support group and the same engineering staff that designed your equipment.

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  • Caro, MI 989-673-6690

    Laser Marking Technologies LLC engineers laser systems for the medical, manufacturing, and automotive industries. We provide you cutting-edge technology at competitive prices. We are making innovative strides with fiber lasers, 3D printing tech, and automation capabilities that optimize manufacturing processes. Visit our site today to learn more about what our laser expertise can do for you.

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  • Santa Clara, CA 408-764-4000

    Coherent manufactures the industry's most diversified selection of laser-based photonics products. These include laser systems, industrial lasers, marking lasers, high-power diode lasers, crystals and laser measurement and control solutions for commercial, scientific and biomedical markets.

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  • Lakeway, TX 512-593-7100

    If your business has a challenging component to mark on, our team at Automark will help you solve the problem. We supply laser and marking systems for a multitude of industries. Our team of engineers is ready and willing to tackle any of your challenging assignments. If you have any questions feel free to give us a call and a representative will speak with you today!

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  • St. Charles, MO 636-916-4900

    Cutting Edge Optronics, a Northrop Grumman Company, is a leading provider of high-power diode laser arrays, high-power pump modules and DPSS lasers. As a vertically integrated manufacturer, we manufacture and are capable of supplying unmounted diode bars, packaged laser diodes, DPSS modules, laser diode drivers and complete DPSS laser systems. Our diode laser based products have become industry standards.

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Industrial Lasers Industry Information

Industrial Lasers

Industrial lasers are light amplification tools that create a focused beam of light for use in industrial processes. Manufacturers, metal fabricators and other industrial operations often make use of laser systems in cutting, welding, boring, engraving, etching or other small-scale metalworking processes. Unlike metal blades, which can warp metals as they cut them and create edges that require deburring, laser cutting tools create clean cuts with no jaggedness.

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Advantages of Industrial Lasers

Industrial lasers are seen in the best light when compared to other cutting tools, such as metal blades, which can leave behind microscopic chips of metal or material from prior cutting tasks that are not left behind by industrial lasers. Metals used in sensitive applications often must comply with strict standards of sterility and purity; because laser equipment doesn’t make physical contact with work pieces, they present no possibility of work piece contamination. Lasers are also very effective engraving and etching tools because of the precision with which they can operate. Lasers are capable of writing letters and numbers with depths of just a few micrometers into metal and plastic parts. This function is especially valuable in the fabrication of small electronics. The only major disadvantage of industrial lasers compared to other fabrication tools is that lasers are very limited in their ability to cut through thick materials.

Design of Industrial Lasers

Laser is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. All lasers are light amplification and focusing tools. If light is amplified and focused enough, the heat generated at the light’s focal point can be intense enough to melt metal. Lasers vary in terms of their capacity for light amplification and focusing. In order to become useful for industrial purposes, laser systems require access to a power source that is sufficient to generate and amplify light at high levels.

Also, specialized focusing and amplification materials like mirrors and lenses are required to maximize amplification efficiency. Light amplification requires electricity and solid state, gaseous or liquid gain media; gain media are substances that generate light and are powered by electricity. Many laser systems generate beams through the electrification of gasses like carbon dioxide. CO2 lasers are very popular because of their reliability and effectiveness. Gas lasers create beams by electrifying gas in a special enclosure. The electricity stimulates the gas, which then emits photons; this emission is called radiation, and the form of radiation caused in this reaction is called light. The light is then focused by a series of lenses and generates heat at its focal point.



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