Precitec GmbH & Co. KG

Precitec has been a successful solution provider in the field of laser material processing enabling OEM customers for 50 years. Smart laser cutting and welding systems are well-known and popular for their reliability and industrial suitability.


Processing heads for laser cutting are available for all types of lasers, e.g. CO2, disc, fiber or direct-diode technology with different laser power and classes of accuracy. Equipped with non-contact and long-term stabilized distance and process sensor systems, these heads achieve brilliant cutting quality and performance.


With the ‘All-In-Light’ Lasers, Precitec offers a unique and smart solution for the complete optical chain – from the laser and the laser light fiber to the cutting head. It makes disc laser technology, proven and appreciated in the industrial environment for many years, available for manufacturers of flatbed and tube cutting machines all over the world. New technologies will allow OEM customers to increase the cutting speed and quality.


For laser joining, Precitec offers processing heads and automated quality control systems as integrated packages. Before the welding process, high-resolution cameras detect the position and geometry of the joint by using triangulation principle and grey scale value analysis to move the welding head to the exact point. In-process sensors and cameras then provide information on the welding process stability and any welding defects. Post-process cameras measure the geometry and the surface of the seam. 


Precitec customers are provided with comprehensive service around the clock and around the world. Trained Precitec service employees are based in 12 locations in Asia, Europe, and North America and ready to support OEM partners and their end customers. 


Precitec GmbH & Co. KG

Draisstraße 1

76571 Gaggenau



Phone: +49 (0)7225 684 0



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