Medical and Scientific Equipment Manufacturing at Industrial Laser Solutions

Delivering cutting-edge laser solutions for medical practitioners and scientific equipment manufacturers.

High-industrial lasers have a wide range of uses in research and medicine, aiding manufacturers and researchers in various operations that require precision and accuracy. At Industrial Laser Solutions, we are dedicated to producing cutting-edge laser technologies with diverse applications - from welding tiny components together or carving intricate designs in delicate materials.

As a manufacturer or researcher, our vast range of laser options can open up new horizons for your scientific and medical applications. Our laser range includes different sizes and functionalities to meet your specific needs, be it a small and portable device for fieldwork or a large-scale model for industrial applications.

Today, our lasers are applied for numerous scientific research projects and in many areas of medical practice, including surgery, dentistry, and dermatology. Our commitment to innovation and excellence has led us to develop solutions with diverse applications in science, medicine, and other fields.

Our Contribution to the Medical Industries

Lasers are used in surgical procedures to cut, vaporise, or coagulate tissue with high precision. This minimises damage to surrounding tissues and minimises recovery times.


Dental treatments commonly involve lasers to remove decayed or diseased tissue and prepare teeth for fillings or other restorative procedures. In addition, lasers are used to treat gum disease and perform oral surgeries.


Eye doctors use lasers for various procedures, such as reshaping the cornea to correct vision problems and treating certain eye conditions.

Our Contribution to Scientific Equipment Manufacturers
Material Processing

With our high-powered lasers researchers can effectively fabricate intricate devices and components critical to their experiments. It allows them to cut, drill, and weld materials with incredible accuracy. 


By shining a laser beam on different materials, scientists can analyse the light reflected back and learn more about the structure and properties of those materials.


Our lasers are used in medicine to perform a variety of procedures, from surgeries to treatments for chronic conditions.

Looking for a specific laser for your research or medical needs? 
Call our knowledgeable engineers at 
+61 3 9796 3055