SPI Lasers leads the world in fiber laser technology for manufacturing. The company is focused on development of highly-effective laser solutions for micromachining and marking applications.
SPI Lasers’ range of high-powered continuous wave and pulsed lasers provides customers with faster line speeds, finer machining capabilities, reduced downtime and lower cost of ownership than traditional solutions. The pulsed laser range facilitates superior quality marking, even at high speeds.
SPI lasers are designed for easy integration into new or existing production equipment. They are compact, require little or no maintenance, are highly energy efficient and offer a wide dynamic range for versatility of application. As a result, SPI Laser customers typically report a return on their laser system investment in a matter of months.
SPI Lasers Expands its Asian Market by Setting up New Facility in Seoul
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