Micro Processing

Microscopic holesLaser micro processing is based on a light-matter interaction process at a micro or submicron scale i.e. a removal of matter by laser focalization on a very small surface area (laser spot of a few hundreds of µm2). The femtosecond lasers developed by Amplitude for more than 10 years have made real progress in this field. Indeed, the matter is ablated without going through the liquid state. The thermal effects during this operation are then reduced and the area affected by the heat remains negligible in front of the size of the laser spot on the sample. Thanks to our technology, we can achieve the highest precision and the highest available quality in micro-machining. Hence, the initial matter’s properties are not altered (no mechanical stresses induced, no electrical nor chemical modifications). For example: luxury products, automotive and aeronautics.

Amplitude femtoseconds lasers are compact, have a low power consumption, and are reliable over time.

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Femtosecond laser Satsuma


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    From > 5 W to > 50 W
  • Energy Per Pulse
    From > 10 µJ to > 40 µJ / 150 µJ
  • Pulsewidth
    < 350 fs to > 10 ps
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Powerful, full-featured and versatile femtosecond laser / Tangor is a high power ultrafast laser laser combining both high repetition rate (going up to 40 MHz...
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Femtosecond laser for research and development in micro processing and scientific applications / Tangerine is a powerful ultrafast laser combining both high repetition rate (going...
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    From > 20 W to 50 W
  • Energy Per Pulse
    Up to 250 µJ
  • Pulsewidth
    From < 150 fs to 10 ps


The Terra Nd:YLF laser is the smallest laser in its class. It produces high average power (>50 W) at kilohertz repetition rates. Our proprietary...
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    From 20 to 50 W
  • Pulse Repetition Rate
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    From 15 to 30 mJ


Our Mesa Series of lasers is ideally suited for a broad range of scientific and industrial applications, including micromachining, where small kerf width and...
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    From 20 to 100 W
  • Power at 10 kHz
    From 10 to 75 W
  • Wavelength
    1064 and 532 nm