COMPANY

El.En. is the heart and leader of the Group, where all the laser sources for the application systems produced by the various companies of the Group are developed.
Within El.En., the R&D sector has the core role of designing and realizing innovative laser systems, as well as carrying on research projects with Italian and European research companies and organizations.


LASER SOURCES

Home planning and the realization of the main components of the laser sources allow El.En to check and consistently improve the system features according to their application; increased productiveness at lower costs are key to further success in innovative applications. The large array of models and El.En.'s well-established experience in designing optic resonators ensure the best quality of beams and energy for your application.

The electronic control devices of the El.En. lasers is based on our own hardware, and can therefore be designed to meet the client's needs for the CNC interface. Electronic efficiency and great reliability make the El.En. lasers the most effective and least expensive choice on the market.


SCANNING SYSTEMS

Over 20 years of experience in the application of remote laser have allowed El.En. to develop systems of high-performance galvanometer scanning for its laser sources, suitable to power fiber lasers. Initially designed and consistently improved for its internal use, El.En. offers its well-tested solutions to the market, offering the all-embracing experience coming from years of direct experience in the field.


SPECIAL LASER SOLUTIONS

For years, our laboratories have carried out careful tests on various materials to check their feasibility, adjusting our solutions to meet our clients' needs, often with remarkably satisfying outcomes. We are inspired to test new applications, following the intuition and enthusiasm that feature El.En.'s team of technicians: sectioning wood, cutting packaging cardboard, writing on paper, decorating fabric, soldering plastic films, heating, evaporating, cleaning marble, are just a few instances where lasers can be used, and analogic processes can go digital.

Today we can replace hot bars to solder plastic threads or blades to cut fabric with adjustable laser systems that can be set up remotely through a touch panel, instead of potentiometers, micrometric adjustments and equipment that will need to be replaced.