Solid-state lasers are optically excited lasers that contain a solid-state crystal as an active medium. Depending on the structure of the laser resonator, solid-state lasers can produce continuous laser radiation, laser pulses, or ultrashort laser pulses. Ultrashort femtosecond pulses and the associated non-linear effects in particular open up completely new applications for solid-state lasers. These include laser material processing, measurement technology, ultrafast spectroscopy, microscopy, and multi-photon spectroscopy.
The LCL series pulsed lasers are actively q-switched DPSS lasers with an outstanding cost-to-performance ratio.
The DIADEM lasers are very compact, high-energy, ultrafast lasers for demanding applications in micro material processing and optogenetics.
The ALTAIR series ultrafast lasers produce high average power at ultra short pulses in a compact and robust format.
The ANTARES series picosecond lasers deliver high average power with picosecond pulses and high repetition rates in a compact and rugged format.
The ALCOR series ultrafast lasers produce high average power with ultrashort femtosecond pulses at 920 nm.
A revolution in material processing: the spatter-free blue diode Laser. Especially for Non-ferrous metals (copper laser welding, gold laser welding).