Materials Processing
Lasers are the most versatile and flexible sources of materials processing. Fiber lasers offer the ultimate in solid state reliability and convenience. The advantages of high power fiber lasers over both conventional processing and processing with other laser types have made fiber lasers the preferred choice for cutting, drilling, welding, brazing, soldering, marking, engraving, cladding, sintering and surface treatment.



  • Microprocessing is an expanding market for laser sources both displacing non-laser processes and opening new applications.
  • Laser micromachining technologies have revolutionized manufacturing in microelements, semiconductor, photovoltaics, LED, medical device fabrication and many other industries.
  • With the ability to create micro features with high precision and repeatability in virtually any material, lasers have found wise use in micro processing applications.



  • IPG is the world’s leading provider of high performance, high reliability optical amplification and transport solutions.
  • IPG’s broad technology portfolio includes high power erbium-doped fiber amplifiers (EDFAs) and Raman pump lasers.
  • IPG has years of design and engineering experience supplying the full length of the value chain – from rugged, high performance modules for OEM applications to field-ready rack mountable solutions for your optical network, telemetry and free space optics applications.
  • Rack-mountable systems include single and multiport EDFAs, single- and dual-wavelength Raman pump lasers and ultra long haul DWDM transport systems.


Advance and Scientific
From atom trapping to LIDAR, from atmospheric wind measurements to entertainment and projection, IPG breaks down technical barriers to provide revolutionary laser solutions that cannot be obtained elsewhere.
The growing number of advanced applications using IPG lasers and amplifiers include spectroscopy and bioimaging, optical trapping, remote sensing, lidar/obstacle warning, metrology and materials characterization, interferometry, holography, photonic Doppler velocinmetry and many others.


Lasers are widely used for medical procedures: diagnostic, therapeutic and surgical, including ophthalmic, dental and cosmetic. IPG offers many difference types of lasers for medical instrument integration:

  • diode lasers
  • fiber lasers (cw and pulsed)
  • Raman lasers (VIS and IR)
  • Mid-IR hybrid lasers


Application center
IPG combines experise in making industry best lasers and laser workstations with comprehensive application knowledge.
IPG has several Application Facilities worldwide, equipped with state-of-the-art-lasers and robotics systems.

  • We perform application testing from proof-of-concept through process development.
  • We provide laser micro fabrication and micro processing Contract Manufacturing Services.
  • We take on both pilot/prototyping projects, and accept large orders as well. End users and systems integration partners are welcome to visit and work at all facilities.


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