Press Announcement: IPG Photonics (NASDAQ: IPGP) Expands Integrated Laser Micromachining Systems Offerings with Acquisition of JPSA Laser, now known as IPG Microsystems.
IPG Microsystems, LLC is a leading developer and manufacturer of industrial grade UV excimer, DPSS, and Pico-second laser micromachining systems operating from 157nm - 1064nm. For more information, contact us at 603-518-3200
Our laser workstations and micromachining services provides customers in the: semiconductor, LED, MEMS, Microelectronics, academic and research labs, biomedical, solar, and general micromachining markets a competitive edge in their respective industry.
Featured IX-255 Laser Micromachining System
micromachining for a wide range of applications
The IX-255 is a highly flexible UV laser micromachining system for general purpose, R&D, and small scale production operating at 193nm and 248nm. The workstation is well suited for a variety of different applications ranging from micro drilling to thin film removal, and 2D and 3D micron features in ductile material.
The platform offers dual magnification vision system to perform focus adjustment, and location of fiducials for micron precision placement for those demanding applications.
Laser Micromachining Systems and Job Shop Services:
- Turn-key laser systems for high volume production
- Applications development services
- Automation including reel to reel, wafer loaders and motion control
- Custom lasers and optical systems
- Contract manufacturing
- Excimer Laser Refurbishment
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IPG Microsystems provides excimer, Diode Pumped Solid State (DPSS), and Ultrafast laser micromachining solutions for:
- Thin Film PV Patterning
- Laser Scribing
- LED Lift-Off (LLO)
- Advanced Laser Lift-Off
- Metal Dicing
- Laser Dicing
- Via Drilling
- Silicon Edge Isolation
- Ink-Jet Nozzles
- Microfluidic Devices
- Micro Vias
- Annealing and Doping
- Parylene Ablation
- 3D Micro Features
- Concentrator Photovoltaics