Large aperture galvanometer from Cambridge Technology

Dec. 11, 2009
Ideal for remote laser welding applications, the 6260H galvanometer is optimized to provide maximum performance for 50mm, 75mm, and greater apertures.

Ideal for remote laser welding applications, the 6260H from Cambridge Technology (Lexington, MA; www.camtech.com) is optimized to provide maximum performance for 50mm, 75mm, and greater apertures. With its optimized torque constant to inertia ratio, the 6260H has the power to move challenging loads with speed and precision.

Compared to the company's flagship 6900 large aperture scanner, which has served the remote welding industry for many years, the 6260H has a comparable torque constant to inertia ratio yet achieves a much higher level of performance and stability.

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