Press Release: SPI Lasers continues to innovate at Laser World of Photonics Munich!

Industrial Fiber Laser manufacturer SPI Lasers has confirmed it will once again attend the bi-annual Laser World of Photonics – International Trade Fair for Photonics Components, Systems and Applications; to be held between 26th – 29th June in Munich. 

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As a pioneer in the innovation of premium quality industrial Fiber Lasers, SPI Lasers will be using the show to launch their latest >100W Pulsed Fiber Laser; a product that is unique to the market and reinforces their position as one of the world’s leading Fiber Laser manufacturers.

This latest product will enhance SPI’s line of hugely successful redENERGY Pulsed Fiber Lasers, proven to be the pinnacle of pulsed nanosecond technology, with enhanced features for micro-machining and micro joining.  With 180W of power contained within an easily integrated air cooled unit the EP-M redENERGY Fiber Laser features a multimoded 4 mJ pulse with >60kW peak power; ideally suited for cleaning, cutting and welding applications.

The company will also be taking the opportunity to officially launch their redPOWER PRISM & QUBE CW (300W – 6kW) products into the European market; this is a fantastic opportunity for prospective customers to speak to their experts and identify just how these Fiber Lasers can improve industrial manufacturing processes by maximising efficiency, reducing production times and costs.

You can find SPI Lasers in Hall A3, Stand 403 where you will not only be able to quiz their experts on all their latest innovations and view their full product range but will also have the opportunity to view numerous videos and samples that clearly demonstrate the amazing versatility of their Fiber Lasers.

CLICK HERE to find out more about SPI Lasers’ range of Pulsed & CW Fiber Lasers.

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