What is YLR laser?

What is YLR laser?

YLR-U lasers are ideal for a wide range of metal cutting, welding and drilling applications. The High Peak Power Option enables fast clean repeatable piercing and drilling in thicker materials, precision quality cutting, additional pulsed welding capabilities, and cutting and welding of highly reflective metals.

What is IPG fiber laser?

IPG Photonics is a manufacturer of fiber lasers. IPG Photonics developed and commercialized optical fiber lasers, which are used in a variety of applications including materials processing, medical applications and telecommunications. IPG has manufacturing facilities in the United States, Germany, Russia and Italy.

What is CW fiber laser?

CW Fiber lasers: Fiber lasers are a specific subset of DPSS lasers. However, instead of a crystal, they utilize a doped fiber optic cable as the gain medium. Typically, they utilize rare-earth elements like erbium, ytterbium, and neodymium as the doping agent.

What is IPG source?

IPG is the largest laser company by market capitalization and the second largest maker of laser sources (measured by total sales). IPG is the fastest growing laser company.

Where is IPG based?

New York City
The Interpublic Group of Companies

Type Public
Headquarters 909 Third Avenue New York City, New York 10022 United States
Key people Philippe Krakowsky, CEO
Revenue US$9.71 billion (2018)
Operating income US$1.01 billion (2018)

What does IPG Photonics Corporation do?

IPG Photonics is the inventor of high-power fiber lasers and world’s leading producer of fiber laser technology, which enables greater precision, higher productivity and more flexible production for industrial applications and other diverse end markets.

Is fiber laser better than CO2 laser?

Fiber can cut copper, brass and aluminum much better and more safely than CO2 because the beam is more readily absorbed and not reflected. Fiber laser operating costs are typically half of what a CO2 system can offer due to the lower electrical consumption and high electrical efficiency of Fiber lasers.