Laser Depth Dynamics was incorporated in 2012 to bring our patented measurement technology, Inline Coherent Imaging (ICI), to the laser process monitoring market. The ICI technology was the product of an intensive development effort at Queen’s University beginning in 2007, that has since become a revolution in how lasers are used in manufacturing.
In December 2017, Laser Depth Dynamics was acquired by the world leader in fibre lasers, IPG Photonics (NASDAQ, IPGP), to become IPG Photonics Canada. IPG Canada is the center of weld process monitoring within IPG and continues the development of the LDD weld monitor to push the boundaries of laser processes.
IPG Canada is based in beautiful Kingston, Ontario, at the eastern edge of the Great Lakes. Distributed and serviced across the Americas, Europe, and Asia, our LDD weld monitoring products are proudly designed and built in-house. Our growing team continues to deliver world-class solutions to our customers in an ever-changing industry.
IPG Canada is an exciting, growing company on the cutting edge of our field. With customers in many industries on multiple continents, we offer our employees a steady stream of fascinating new applications and new challenges.
The environment at IPG Canada is focused but friendly. Everyone here must be able to work independently with minimal oversight, and also to work collaboratively as a team, as the situation dictates. All of us have expertise in multiple fields, and we draw upon this diverse base of experience to create, together, innovative solutions to complex problems.
Kingston, Ontario is a young professional’s dream. Home to three major post-secondary institutions including the world-renowned Queen’s University, the historic city has a vibrant arts & culture scene and a full range of amenities. Kingston is easy to live in and to get around, with relatively light traffic and a stellar transit system.