IPG Photonics Corp.

50 Old Webster Road
Oxford, MA 01540

Phone: 508-373-1100
Fax: 508-373-1103

www.ipgphotonics.com

Sales Contact
Bill Shiner - VP, Industrial Sales
bshiner@ipgphotonics.com
508-373-1144
877-980-1550

Recent Content on TheFabricator for IPG Photonics Corp.

Article
July 19, 2013
Using fiber lasers for stainless steel tube and pipe
Tube and pipe producers have relied on GTAW and plasma for many decades, and CO2 lasers for more than a decade, but recently another choice has emerged: Fiber lasers. Relying on a solid fiber rather than a gas to generate the laser beam isn’t ideal for every material and wall thickness, but it will change the industry in a profound way.
Product
June 20, 2013
Micromachining system suitable for multipurpose, small-scale production
IPG Photonics Corp. has introduced the IX-255 UV laser micromachining system. The flexible system is designed for multipurpose, R&D, and...
News
March 19, 2013
IPG Photonics acquires Mobius Photonics
IPG Photonics Corp., Oxford, Mass., a provider of high-power fiber lasers and amplifiers, has acquired privately held Mobius Photonics, Mountain...
Product
February 13, 2013
Kilowatt-class fiber lasers offer improved wall plug efficiency
IPG Photonics Corp. has introduced a line of kilowatt-class, low-mode ytterbium fiber lasers. The 1,060-nm YLS-xxx-Y13 series offers up to 33 percent...
Product
May 17, 2012
Fiber lasers available in several new models
IPG has introduced a variety of new fiber lasers. The company has added new models with output power up to 100 W to its line of high-power,...
News
February 29, 2012
IPG Photonics names regional sales manager for Midwest
IPG Photonics Corp., Oxford, Mass., a manufacturer of high-power fiber lasers and amplifiers, has appointed Kevin Arnold as regional sales...
News
September 26, 2011
Laser safety officer training to held Oct. 18-19
IPG Photonics Corp. will hold a two-day Industrial Laser Safety Officer training Oct. 18-19, 2011, at its Midwest operations in Novi, Mich. Available...
Article
July 1, 2010
Analyzing the potential of the solid-state laser
Fiber lasers have enormous potential in metal fabrication. They aren't a panacea, but for certain applications, they may be extremely attractive. They're solid-state, require less maintenance, and often can cut twice as fast as their CO2 counterparts.
News
January 12, 2010
LIA's Arthur L. Schawlow award presented to Valentin Gapontsev
Valentin Gapontsev, founder, chairman, and CEO of IPG Photonics Corp., Oxford, Mass., has received the Laser Institute of America's 2009 Arthur L....
Article
June 17, 2008
Lasers catch limelight at ALAW
How can laser technology make metal fabrication more efficient? The efficiency comes not only from advances within the laser itself, but also in new ways to integrate those lasers for optimal part flow on the shop floor. Several presenters at ALAW 2008 hammered this point home.

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