Precision Laser Scanning polygon laser scanner has use in multikilowatt materials processing

July 7, 2020
The Dove 8000 RPM polygon laser scanner has a 15 mm aperture and a >5 kW laser damage threshold.
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The Dove 8000 RPM polygon laser scanner has a 15 mm aperture and a >5 kW laser damage threshold. It produces a linear scan speed of hundreds of meters per second and is suited for multikilowatt materials processing, lidar, and inspection applications.

Precision Laser Scanning

Scottsdale, AZ

www.precisionlaserscanning.com

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