Fujikura Europe Ltd.

Company overview: 

Fujikura is global company headquartered in Japan established in 1885 listed on the Nikkei 225.

We have business in several areas including Automotive, Consumer electronics, Power cables, Telecommunications and Optics.

We have developed and manufactured high-quality optical fibre technologies for over 40 years, and have produced fibre lasers since 2001.

Product overview

Pulsed fibre lasers at 20W, 30W, 55W, 75W.

Single Mode CW fibre lasers at 300W, 500W

Water cooled SM fibre lasers to 1kW.

Multi-mode CW lasers up to 8kW.

Large Diameter Optical Fiber Cleaver CT-106

FSM-100M+ and 100P+

LAZERMaster LZM-100 Laser Splicing System


Our lasers are produced in Japan where we also manufacture all of the internal optical components (Laser diodes, Doped Fibres, Couplers, Delivery Fibres, Isolators, Cooling equipment).

We have more than 70 patents of relevance to our fibre laser products providing outstanding beam quality and reliability.

Our pulsed and CW lasers have extreme tolerance to high levels of back-reflected light. The internal optics provide complete stability even at normal incidence and at high power.



C51 Barwell Business Park, Leatherhead Road, Chessington, Surrey, KT9 2NY, UK


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