Scanlab announces intelliSCANde 30 system for large area laser processing

March 28, 2011
Scanlab, Puchheim, Germany, has introduced the digital-encoder-based intelliSCANde 30 scan system for performance over a large 2D processing area.

Scanlab, Puchheim, Germany, has introduced the digital-encoder-based intelliSCANde 30 scan system for performance over a large 2D processing area.

The intelliSCANde® 30 is a completely digital scan head featuring a digital encoder for position feedback, iDRIVE-based digital control electronics, and a 20-bit, SL2-100 control interface. A good choice for large area processing, the intelliSCANde 30 has been designed for applications requiring exceptional precision and the smallest spot size over a very large working field.

For CO2 applications requiring the highest dynamical performance unforeseen in large aperture scan heads, the intelliSCANde 30 is available with lightweight beryllium mirrors. The intelliSCANde 30 can be combined with the digital encoder based varioSCANde 40i, forming a precise and fast 3-axis system for processing large areas and 3D structures.

The intelliSCANde is also available in 14, 20 and 25 mm apertures and is mechanically and electrically fully compatible to Scanlab’s existing large scan head series, making it good for all high-precision materials processing applications.

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