Aiming for e-mobility, sharper displays or ever-smarter solutions using semiconductors: our modern information society faces major challenges that can only be mastered through advancing innovation. To make the development of new machining processes with lasers agile and efficient, a quickly available, high-quality and flexible solution is needed.
We develop beam shaping optics for use with high-power and ultrashort pulse lasers in manufacturing industry. Our mission is to provide high quality and fast availability. A beam shape adapted to the manufacturing step increases the efficiency of existing processes and paves the way for new technologies.
Midel Photonics is a spin-off project at the University of Bonn. Our patent-pending manufacturing process has already proven successful in basic research on quantum technologies. Now we are preparing the technology for industrial use. We believe in a future where every laser gets its appropriate beam shape.
This Beam Shaping Start-Up is Sharpening Up the Laser Industry
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