Midel Photonics GmbH

Innovative Laser Beam Shaping Components by Midel Photonics

Midel Photonics offers all-reflective laser beam shaping ideal for laser manufacturing. We design and produce innovative beam shapers based on micro-structured quality laser mirrors. These unique reflective Diffractive Optical Elements (DOEs) are highly suitable high power continuous-wave to ultra-short pulse lasers. With our inhouse manufacturing technology, we offer customized solutions to optimize the laser beam shape for the specific process, increasing quality and speed. Our product portfolio includes two- and three-dimensional shaping, multi-spot geometry generation and focus control. A combination of these functions in a single component is also possible. The unique all-reflective design enables next-generation laser manufacturing. We support our customers from the initial idea to series production.

Our Portfolio: BEAM SHAPING, BEAM SPLITTING & FOCAL SHAPING - Comprehensive functionality combinable in one product

  • MADE FOR HIGH POWER LASERS (PULSED & CONTINUOUS, DEEP-UV TO NEAR-INFRARED) with highest thermal stability (no lensing as with transmissive optics)
  • SUPERIOR WITH SHORT WAVELENGTHS (DEEP-UV & UV) with suppressed aging, no need for challenging substrate materials
  • ALWAYS MAXIMUM SHAPING EFFICIENCY due to continuous structuring, instead of binary or few-step products
  • EASY TO INTEGRATE by just replacing a mirror in the laser system
  • ADAPTED TO THE LASER SYSTEM, MADE IN JUST DAYS with our unique laser direct writing of pre-fabricated mirror blanks

Midel Photonics GmbH was founded in Bonn, Germany in 2022. A university Bonn spin-off, incubated at RWTH Aachen & funded by High-Tech Gründerfonds & industry experts.


Midel Photonics GmbH

Maarstr 96
53227 Bonn



Phone: +49 (0)228 28679710

E-mail: info@midel-photonics.de

Website: www.midel-photonics.de

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