Which Cemarligne laser is right for my application?

Cemar has a number of laser products to meet your needs. After browsing our products lines and trying our Interactive Laser Positioning Demo, you will probably know the answer to this question. You should bear in mind these questions when making a laser selection: 1. What will the laser be used for? 2. How long [...]

What is the Interactive Laser Positioning Demo?

This is a very useful tool that can assist you in choosing the right laser for your application. You can choose between all of our available lenses and mounting positions to determine which best suit your needs. Our sales department is always available if you do need assistance in using the demo. Click here to [...]

How long is the expected lifespan of a Cemar laser?

Cemar Electro takes great care and uses only the best available components to build our lasers. Your laser should last approximately 20,000 hours under normal conditions. That being said there are conditions that will affect the lifespan such as temperature, a laser constantly in usage above the recommended temperature will have a reduced life. There [...]

Are Cemar lasers repairable?

Absolutely. All our laser products are designed to be fully serviceable by our factory trained technicians. It is highly recommended you send your lasers to us when they need servicing. Please send your laser to the Cemar location nearest you for service. Please do not attempt to open or repair the laser yourself because any [...]

What is the difference between a NeHe laser and a solid state diode laser?

Both of these lasers do the same thing—they both project crisp, bright, visible lines (or dots) that are easily controllable and directional. What makes them different is how they produce the light. The Helium-Neon (HeNe) gas laser produces a red beam by passing light through a gas-filled (HeNe) tube. The solid state diode laser produces [...]

Do you sell cutting lasers?

No. Cemar manufactures and sells low-power, illumination lasers. Our lasers are used to project lines to guide a variety of cutting, industrial, and medical applications. Typical applications include sawmill cutting, where logs are aligned for cutting with a laser-projected line; patient alignment lasers are used in hospitals to position patients relative to scanning equipment, such [...]