Optic and laser accessories
Laser optics allow the laser beam to be focused on a point (or laser spot) optimally. They are essential for shaping the laser beam. The simplest configuration incorporates a collimation element followed by a focusing element. Some configurations used for laser welding are equipped with a viewing camera which allows the laser spot to be fixed on the parts to be welded.
A pyrometer or a Cmos camera can also be integrated to carry out real-time control of the laser process in progress. Certain specific components can produce beams of various shapes such as rectangles, squares or lines. These so-called "homogenizing" elements are placed between the collimating element and the focusing element. They have the particularity of providing a spatial distribution of energy density in a so-called "top hat" linear fashion. Laserline, Prometec, Precitec or Lasermech, among others, are the partners of Industrial Laser Systems.
Laser optics allow the laser beam to be focused on a point best suited to the process. They are essential for shaping the laser beam. A pyrometer or a Cmos camera can be integrated into it to carry out real-time control of the laser process in progressLaserline Optics Laser realtime control process
The Industrial Laser Systems laboratory has several types of laser sources and different means of measurement and analysis to perform with you the validation tests that will qualify your laser applicationLaser welding Laser brazing Additive laser manufacturing Laser cutting, micromachining Laser marking, engraving