JDSU, Laser 2000 sign distribution agreement for fiber and direct-diode lasers

April 22, 2015
JDSU has signed a distribution agreement with Laser 2000 to provide its kilowatt fiber land direct-diode lasers throughout Europe.

JDSU (Milpitas, CA) has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Laser 2000 (Munich, Germany) to provide its kilowatt-class fiber laser and direct-diode laser products throughout Europe.

As part of the agreement, Laser 2000 can now offer JDSU kilowatt-class laser systems that JDSU jointly developed with Amada, a company that manufactures machine tools for metal cutting. Solutions include a range of new kilowatt-class fiber laser and direct-diode products that JDSU recently announced related to its CORELIGHT platform. Applications include cutting and welding of metals including mild steel, aluminum, titanium, brass, copper, and more. Various material deposition applications such as 3D printing are possible.

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