Eagle Lasers celebrates 18 years of fibre laser innovation

Eagle Lasers celebrates its 18th anniversary, marking a milestone in its journey of innovation in fibre laser technology.

Founded in 2006 by Marcin Ejma, together with Lidia Woźnica, Tomasz Woźnica and a crack team of European engineers, Eagle has continually pushed the boundaries of efficiency in sheet metal cutting.

At its inception, Eagle recognised the potential of fibre laser technology as a game-changer in the industry. The company swiftly positioned itself as a frontrunner in adopting and developing fibre laser systems. “From the beginning, our mission has been to create the most efficient cutting machines on the market,” says Marcin Ejma, CEO and Founder of Eagle. “Fibre laser technology perfectly aligned with our vision, enabling us to deliver unparalleled performance to our customers. We do not want to copy trends and directions in our industry, but create them”

In 2008, Eagle unveiled one of the industry’s first fibre laser cutting systems at EuroBLECH, defying the conventional wisdom that favoured older technologies such as CO2 and plasma. Over the past eighteen years, Eagle has led the way with efficient, award-winning 6 kW, 8 kW, 10 kW, 12 kW, 20 kW, and 30 kW fibre lasers. The flagship iNspire model stands as one of the fastest machines available, while Eagle’s patented eVa cutting head, super-light carbon fiber traverse, and linear motors on all axes have set new industry benchmarks.

Headquartered in Wałcz, Poland, with branches in Germany, Italy, and Scandinavia, Eagle has established a global presence, with its fibre laser machines being utilised in over 25 countries through official distributors.

With a rich history of accomplishments and a clear vision for the future, Eagle looks forward to continuing its journey of excellence in the years to come.

Contact: Camillo Brena