nLIGHT, Inc.

5408 NE 88th St Ste E
Vancouver,  WA  98665-0990

United States
360-566-4460
http://www.nlight.net
  • Booth: B8777


 Products

  • nLIGHT® CFL-10000 and nLIGHT® Corona™ CFX-5000
    nLIGHT announces two fiber laser advances: Corona, the first resonator with all-fiber programmable beam quality; and the most compact 10 kW laser, with 25% more power in ¼ the size. Both deliver nLIGHT performance, reliability and serviceability....
     

  • nLIGHT expands its high power line with a new 10 kW fiber laser. Delivering 25% more power in the smallest form factor, the nLIGHT CFL-10000 is ideal for high performance cutting and welding applications on busy shop floors.

    Building on 18 years of laser experience, nLIGHT also releases Corona, the industry’s first laser with all-fiber programmable beam quality, the nLIGHT CFX-5000. The Corona platform enables rapid cutting of thin metal and CO2-like edge quality on thick mild steel from a single source – all while retaining the productivity, efficiency and reliability benefits of fiber lasers.

    All nLIGHT resonators incorporate multiple innovations not available in other fiber lasers.  Advantages include hardware-based back reflection protection for uninterrupted processing of reflective metals, exceptional power stability for improved throughput and quality and a service model designed to maximize uptime.

    nLIGHT has served the high power industrial, aerospace, defense and microfabrication markets for nearly two decades with leading pump diodes, specialty fiber and fiber lasers.  Manufactured in Washington State, nLIGHT fiber lasers are made in the USA.

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