Jenoptik, Raylase offer ultrafast laser application solutions in China

Sept. 2, 2016
Jenoptik's China subsidiary has installed a JenLas femto 16 ultrafast laser at Raylase Laser Technology in China.

Jenoptik's subsidiary in China, Jenoptik (Shanghai) Precision Instrument and Equipment, has installed its JenLas femto 16 ultrafast laser for industrial micromachining at Raylase Laser Technology (Shenzhen) in China, which offers galvoscanner-based laser beam deflection systems.

Jenoptik's JenLas femto 16 ultrafast laser for industrial micromachining.

This step provides the two companies with new opportunities for future joint activities in the Chinese laser market, which is one of the most dynamic and attractive markets for industrial laser material processing. It also allows customers access to more complex solutions in the future, consisting of laser sources, optical components, beam analysis, and process control.

For more information, please visit www.jenoptik.com/products/lasers.

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