The first ND-YAG UV laser system for cable identification was designed by the Komax Laselec research and development team. Since then, a systematic strategy has been implemented to ensure the success of many developments and innovations through-out the years.
Marks the beginning of LASELEC and led to the development of the Ulys and MRO 200 lines of laser wire markers along with the Lydya laser diode drivers.
Through the development of a worldwide network of authorized distributors, Laselec receives recognition as an international organization.
Following three years of market success, LASELEC incorporates its first subsidiary in the State of Texas, USA. LASELEC Inc. begins the task of developing a strong sales force and the implementation of a customer support team that will service the entire nation.
Expansion of the LASELEC line of Laser Wire Marking machines begins with the addition of multi-spool de-reelers and re-reelers, automatic loading features, and the Comet contrast measurement system.
While striving to be at the forefront of innovation and quality, LASELEC continues to develop the Ulys Modena line of laser wire markers by launching the Innovation Release Program (IRP). This program allows clients to continually benefit from the latest innovations by taking retrofit systems already on the field to newer configurations.
LASELEC Inc opens its new Grand Prairie, TX facility that is located in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex. The North American operation houses a 6,200 sq. ft. facility with a technical sales office and customer support team that services the United States, Canada, Mexico and Brazil.
LASELEC customer support office opens in Querétaro (Mexico).
LASELEC incorporates a new subsidiary, LASELEC Mexico SA de CV. New customer support offices open in Morocco and Japan.
Expansion of product line with the introduction of the Sylade 7 Laser Wire Stripping System and the EasyWiring Interactive Harness Assembly Board.
LASELEC expands their product line again with the MLC500 Laser Cleaning machine for injection molds.
LASELEC unveils the RapidShare Automated Wire Processing Line. Komax acquires a 20% stake in LASELEC and reveals new markets that can lead to innovation on new products. LASELEC opens new offices in Shanghai, China.
LASELEC Inc presents the RapidShare Automated Wire Processing Line at the NBAA Convention in Orlando, FL, USA. LASELEC opens new offices in Milan, Italy.
October 2017 LASELEC officially becomes a Komax Group Company.
- LASELEC expands the MRO 200 Series of laser wire markers with the addition of the new state-of-the-art Vector marking technology (MRO-Av and MRO-Bv).
- The new Sylade 7 H portable handheld laser wire stripper enters the market alongside a new version/design of the Sylade 7 Bench Top laser wire stripper.
Increasing success of Sylade 7 BT and Sylade 7 H laser wire strippers.
After testing a first system, many companies have decided to expand application of the Sylade 7 range for wire stripping.
RapidShare automatic marking and cutting production line now features two models: Wire by Wire labelling and Sub-bundle labelling.
Laselec develops an additional features for the EasyWiring harness assembly board: EasyTouch.
New addition to the laser wire strippers range: the ILC Bench Top. The best solution for high demanding applications, complex wire / cable construction and out of round wire / cable.
Laselec becomes Komax Laselec! In order to increase synergies and to strengthen our customers proximity, Laselec and Komax France signed a merger agreement back on July 1st, 2021.
The Laselec brand becomes Komax:
Following various acquisitions over the past few years, the Komax Group has developed into a pro-vider of solutions and services along the entire value chain. It is present in the market with seven brands: Komax, Artos, Exmore, Kabatec, Laselec, Thonauer, and TSK. The companies and innovative products behind these brands have increasingly converged over recent years, complementing each other optimally. In order to accentuate this development even more for you, in future the Komax Group will focus on the strong, globally established Komax brand.