About us

Laserline is one of the pioneers in diode laser technology. Founded in 1997, the company grew within only a few years to becoming an international leading developer and manufacturer of diode lasers for industrial applications. As of today, about 5,000 Laserline diode lasers have been delivered worldwide. Laserline currently employs 360 people and has international subsidiaries in the USA, Brazil, Japan, China, India and South Korea as well as sales partners in France, Italy, Great Britain, Singapore, Taiwan and Australia.
Application areas are metal welding, brazing, hardening or softening, realization or repair of coatings, plastic welding, additive manufacturing and welding of fiber composites. With the worldwide first blue cw high power diode laser (450 nm), Laserline enables controlled heat conduction welding of copper and other highly reflective materials. Users can be found in the automotive industry, engineering, tool and mold-making as well as in aerospace and heavy industry.

Products and services

The power range of Laserline diode lasers reaches well into the multi-kilowatt area. As today’s standard, lasers with up to 45 kW power are available; in test runs, 60 kW has been realized. For applications with high demands for focusability, diode lasers with a beam converter have been developed that offer beam qualities from 8 to 4 mm·mrad. Furthermore, Laserline offers diode lasers as 19-inch rack-mount and customized laser designs.

With the LDMblue high-power diode lasers, Laserline presents the world’s first blue diode lasers with cw output power of up to 1 kW at 450 nm wavelength. The LDMblue lasers allow for a controlled heat conduction welding of highly reflexive non-ferrous metals such as copper or gold. They are available in standard configurations with 1000, 500 or 300 W output power.

Application areas are metal welding, brazing, hardening or softening, realization or repair of coatings, plastic welding, additive manufacturing (metal 3D print) and welding of fiber composites.

Diode Laser System LDF – VG6 Series

With the LDF series Laserline is setting the benchmarks for high power diode lasers. Even devices with up to 45kW laser power are set on study castors allowing a single employee to move the laser to different locations for start-up in production – a unique benefit. All you need is electricity, water and an optical fiber – and the laser is ready for use at its new site.

Laserline offers mobile LDF diode laser with integrated cooling unit or without. Optional there is a removable control panel.

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Diode Laser System LDM

Many laser operators require compact systems that also deliver high laser power. This balancing act is perfectly achieved by the diode lasers of the LDM series that set new benchmarks with their laser power of up to 8,000 W in a 7 RU - 19” rack module or up to 4,000 W in a 5 RU – 19” rack module.

The LDM module combines the laser head, the power supply of the diodes, the controller for monitoring, as well as the cooling system.

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Cladding Optic with Coax 11 Nozzle

Laserline processing optics boasts a wide range of applications, from welding and brazing to surface treatment and the production of fiber composite components, including (as pictured) the fabrication of components in additive/subtractive manufacturing.

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Laserline GmbH
Fraunhofer Str.
56218 Muelheim-Kaerlich

Phone: +49 2630 9640
Fax: +49 2630 9641018
Internet: www.laserline.com
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Contact person

Markus Rütering
Sales Manager General Manufacturing – Europe / Asia
Phone: +49 2630 9641330
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Dura-Metal (S) Pte Ltd
Blk: 1001 Jalan Bukit Merah # 06-01 / 04
159455 Singapore
Republic of Singapore

Phone: +65 6356 2422
Internet: www.durametal-alloy.com
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