Fibre lasers have become one of the most popular laser technologies over the last two decades, having a significant effect on the uptake of laser technology by UK and Worldwide industries. Offering very high levels of energy efficiency over other laser technologies, combined with a high energy concentration and a compact build size - it’s not hard to see why!

  • High Beam Quality means high levels of power concentration and faster processing capabilities
  • Highly Energy Efficient and Easy to Cool requiring lower levels of energy input
  • Easy to integrate, due to the delivery of the laser beam via a fibre optic cable
  • High Levels of Power can be achieved in to the high kW range
Systems are available in both Continuous Wave (CW) and Pulsed operation modes, which means fibre laser technology can be used for cutting, marking, cleaning, welding, additive manufacture and cladding with very low running costs. The fact that the beam can be created and delivered via a flexible fibre optic cable makes this technology easier to build and integrate - and less susceptible to knocks and bangs. Fibre lasers use a silica glass fibre that is doped with a gain medium such as Ytterbium or Thallium. These elements (that are added / or doped in small quantities) absorb photons of a low wavelength (from a diode pump source), and then decay and emit a longer wavelength. It’s the creation of this longer wavelength that allows laser processing to take place. The fact that this all occurs within a fibre means that a high quality high power beam is created that remains tightly confined to a small spot size. This small spot size is well suited for performing cutting, marking and additive manufacture etc. where high energy concentrations are required. Defocusing the laser spot also allows it to be used for welding, cladding and other processes. Laser Lines can advise companies interested in this technology with trials to assess the suitability of this technology for a wide variety of applications.

nLight CFL Rack Mount

The nLIGHT® Compact Fibre Laser (CFL) family of rackmount fibre lasers deliver power outputs of 500W to 1500W in multimode and 500W to 1200W in single mode.  The CFL 500 to CFL 1500 fibre lasers operate in either Continuous Wave (CW) or modulated operational modes. More

nLight HP Fibre Compact

nLIGHT® Compact is the first in a line of next generation medium and high power Continuous Wave (CW) and modulated fibre lasers, ranging from 2000 Watts to 3000 Watts. This range of lasers are designed when running in modulated mode to give low heat input and low heat affected zones in a multitude of different processing applications. More

CFL High Power

The all new nLIGHT® High performance Compact Fibre Laser range is the highest power fibre laser available in this form factor. This next generation medium and high power compact lasers are available in both Continuous Wave (CW) and modulated modes, ranging from 3000 Watts for thin material processing, up to 10000 Watts for thick material cutting and welding. More

nLight HP Fibre Alta

The nLIGHT® alta™ is the first in a line of next generation medium and high power Continuous Wave (CW) fibre lasers, ranging from 3000 Watts for thin material processing, up to 8000 Watts for industrial cutting and welding. This generation of lasers are designed to exceed user expectations both in terms of performance and reliability, a must for OEM and bespoke machine builders manufacturing for industrial applications. More

OR Laser Diodeline Welding Systems

The OR-Laser range of Diodeline laser welding systems offer big advantages to modern industries, including significantly reduced energy costs, maintenance free operation and improved laser system performance. More