The cultural model of a company is the basis for its innovative ability. Our work atmosphere is one that encourages creativity but also demands high quality products and service. All employees play an active role in the continuous optimization of products and processes. We have made it our business to constantly research and develop new and innovative components produced not only in-house, but also as a distributor of products offered by well-known international manufacturers.
LASER COMPONENTS was founded by Günther Paul as a sales company in 1982. Neither the EU nor the euro existed at that time. It was almost impossible for companies to import components from abroad; we became the reliable partner for imported components. Much has changed since then: The internet has made the world smaller, start-ups have become major players, and last but not least, we have also continued to develop.
However, we have always stayed true to our core business: the production and sale of optical and optoelectronic components.
LASER COMPONENTS has grown over the years. In 1986 the first production facility was opened in Germany; sales branches were founded in France, Great Britain, Sweden, and the U.S.A.; and production facilities were set up in Canada and the U.S.A.
The most important resource in our company’s history is our employees; many a 20-year employee anniversary has already been celebrated. Long-term employment relationships ensure our know-how, and we are convinced that we are on the right track with this tradition!
LASER COMPONENTS (UK) Ltd was founded in 1993. Since then the business has continued to grow and offer a high quality service. In August 1999 a new Managing Director, Chris Varney, was appointed. At the same time the business moved premises, and changed its contact details. Already the benefits have been felt with significant increase in business and further growth is being planned.
Quality remains our highest priority. Delivering high quality goods to our customer is maintained through a number of quality checks and together with our partner suppliers we continuously improve our systems and practices to meet the increasing demands on our business.
Low Tolerances in Optics Used for Monitoring Laser Power Improved Design of Polarisation-Independent Beam Splitters
Beam Expanders from LASER COMPONENTS
Thin Film Polarisers
LDP-V 50-100 Driver Module for Pulsed Lasers
High-Efficiency Dual-Junction Laser Source
LASER COMPONENTS Offers the Flexishaper™ Beam Shaping Module
GRM Series Production with Reproducible Quality - Automated Processes for Complex Gaussian Mirrors
Amplitude Optical Modulators O, C & L Bands: Digital and Analogue
MVstereo – The Laser for 3D Stereo Machine Vision
Laser Components' Output Couplers
Red Laser Diodes and Modules
The Monarc Pro T System turns any microscope into an optically-coupled microscope, enabling in-situ discovery for photoactive catalyst studies.
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The Total Absolute Measurement System (TAMS) unit allows you to choose the right detector for angular-dependent measurements of optical properties of thin and thick samples.
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