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3/26/2009

Fiber Laser For Multi-Kilowatt Systems

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SPI Lasers introduces a range of high-power OEM fiber lasers that can be used independently or incorporated into high-power laser systems for cutting and welding applications in the industrial macro market. Integrating multiple units, typically in the range 300 to 500 W, offers a flexible, power-scalable product architecture suited for a range of applications such as high speed metalcutting, remote welding and materials processing in the industrial and automotive sectors. The OEM fiber lasers are available with a 400-W output using single-emitter integrated pump diodes.

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SPI Lasers introduces a range of high-power OEM fiber lasers that can be used independently or incorporated into high-power laser systems for cutting and welding applications in the industrial macro market. Integrating multiple units, typically in the range 300 to 500 W, offers a flexible, power-scalable product architecture suited for a range of applications such as high speed metalcutting, remote welding and materials processing in the industrial and automotive sectors.

The OEM fiber lasers are available with a 400-W output using single-emitter integrated pump diodes. It can be supplied with collimated output optics or bare fiber output for integration with either bulk optic or fiber-based beam combining technologies.

Operational benefits of multi-kW fiber lasers include high wall plug efficiency and beam quality (fiber delivered). Other benefits include simple, rapid installation and straightforward operation. According to the company, the systems’ reliability produces maintenance-free operation.

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