Fiber lasers offer the ultimate in solid-state reliability, convenience, versatility and cost-effectiveness of any material processing technology.

A fiber laser uses is an optical fiber as an active medium which has been doped in rare elements; typically, erbium, ytterbium, neodymium, thulium, praseodymium, holmium or dysprosium. The diode module in a fiber laser typically last 3-4 times longer than other source of laser medium. Most lasers have a life of around 15,000 hours, which typically equates to about 10 years prior to diode pump replacement . Fiber lasers lasts around 100,000 hours, which translate to about 45 or more years .