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Sharing Excellence
in Laser Applications
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Sharing Excellence in Laser Applications

Laser products and solutions of Jenoptik - efficient diode lasers, innovative solid state and fiber lasers as well as complete laser machines - are used in diverse fields of laser applications for material processing in different markets.

Typical Laser Applications

Processable Materials


  • Laser pumping
  • Marking & engraving
  • Soldering & hardening
  • Welding & cutting
  • Perforating
  • Structuring & separation
  • Ablation
  • Scribing
  • Drilling
  • Metals
  • Plastics
  • Glass
  • Semiconductors
  • Thin-film solar cells
  • Textiles, leather and cardboard
  • Laser material processing
  • Automotive
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Metal processing industry
  • Photovoltaics
  • Medical technology
  • Show & entertainment
  • Security and defense
  • Measurement and printing technology
  • Lighting 
  • Science


"Which laser source is the best for my laser application? I’ve got a challenge in my material process, what is the best possible solution? What is the industry's status quo?"

In the two application facilities of the Jenoptik's division Lasers & Material Processing we offer you laser source and laser machine trial possibilities, which will give you an answer to all your questions.

Inner marking of optical glass Micro material processing - cutting of nitinol stents Deep engraving of aluminium Micro material processing - cutting of stents laser welded seam metal laser cutting structuring 3D elements laser welding excess channel laser perforation car instrument laser cutting substrate glass

At the Laser Application Lab of the business unit Lasers we perform principal application tests in order to demonstrate the feasibility of your desired laser applications.


At the Customer-Application-Center of the business unit Laser Processing Systems you are able to test our innovative solutions for your production challenge with the serial laser machines.