IPG partners with MC Machinery

IPG Photonics Corporation, the world leader in high-power fiber lasers and amplifiers, announced a new partnership with MC Machinery (MCM) promoting IPG's growing portfolio of industrial laser systems for materials processing applications.

Trevor Ness, Senior Vice President, Global Sales and Marketing comments, "MCM's wealth of experience and industry knowledge makes them a key addition to IPG's sales network. Increasing customer demand led us to look for an addition to our team who fits with our tradition of innovation and exceptional service and we are very fortunate to attract someone of MCM's caliber to fulfill this role. I'm confident MCM will play a key role in providing and implementing high quality laser based system solutions for their clients and their customer base will enjoy the benefits of this partnership immediately."

Bill Isaac, Senior VP, MCM Sales & Marketing adds, "I am pleased to announce our partnership with IPG in the sales and service of their new Multi-Axis Fiber Laser system, which provides a competitive product solution for a wide range of product sizes and applications. We feel IPG's strong reputation and proven record of success aligns well with the core values of MC Machinery and will be an asset to our customers in the markets we serve." MC Machinery Systems, as part of the global Mitsubishi Corporation, draws from an extensive global source of support and innovation as Mitsubishi employs more than 60,000 people around the world.

IPG's Systems Group produces a line of Multi-Axis laser processing workstations that can be configured for welding, cutting, drilling or cladding applications. These systems are modular in design and can be sold as stand-alone laser machining workcells or as fully automated processing units through the addition of custom-designed part handling. These high-precision, professional, machining systems are based around IPG's world-leading fiber lasers, beam delivery and process head components.


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