Fiber laser source

 Fiber laser features


Fiber laser is designed for 100,000 hours of operation. During that period, the maintenance or replacement of operational elements of the laser is not required. With the modular design of the source, the failure of one module does not result in stopping operation of the whole system.


Fiber laser can be used to treat different types of materials, such as mild steel, stainless steel or strongly reflective aluminum sheets – like copper and brass, as well as special steels and steel thickness range from 0.1mm to 30mm.


The laser beam is guided through the fiber which enables to transfer energy from the laser source to the cutting head without any interruption and loss of power. In comparison to Co2 technologies, the mirrors for guiding the laser beam in the machine and lamps have been eliminated. Also, there are no moving parts, such as the vacuum pump or turbine. It minimizes the maintenance costs.


Fiber uses 70% less energy than CO2 laser. Fiber laser converts electrical energy directly into light and achieves power efficiency of 30%. It uses less power when operating at full load than CO2 laser in the standby mode (ready to work but not working).


The fiber laser is fully sealed and does not require to continuously maintain specified pressure in the resonator and therefore it does not consume resonator gases. It uses oxygen and nitrogen for cutting.


8 times faster cutting of thin sheets as compared to CO2 laser. Just as fast cutting and quicker burning through of thick sheets.