Laser Quantum is a world-class manufacturer of high quality solid-state and ultrafast laser sources. Our products are known for their reliability, compactness, performance-excellence, and long operational lifetimes. You will find our products, with their patented technology, in laboratories and integrated into systems and machines worldwide, for numerous applications. Meeting the needs of each application is essential in the research and design to achieve exceptional lasers.
Laser Quantum is an exceptional brand.
We are determined to be the leading global supplier of laser technology through our ability to build unambiguous and sincere relationships with customers who rely upon us to deliver the laser solutions they seek. We always judge ourselves through the eyes of our customers.
To lead the global market in the production of innovative products in an environment where our staff feels valued and proud.
We have a passion for the products and services we provide to our customers: dedicated to the design and manufacture of innovative laser technologies that provide researchers with the tools they need to advance scientific knowledge and understanding, and OEM manufacturers to improve the capability and reliability of their products.
We are committed to the continuous improvement of ourselves, our products, and our processes. This has led to great developments in the performance of our products and the support we can offer to our customers. Our focus on continuous improvement and the needs of our customers will continue to drive all our business decisions.
Rugged 1064nm Laser for OEM Applications: forte
Compact 1500mW 532nm Laser for Spectroscopy and Imaging: ventus VIS 532
Low Noise 532nm Laser: finesse pure
Femtosecond Laser with Integrated Pump Source: taccor
Turn-Key 800nm Femtosecond Laser: gecco
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