SCANLAB launches new III-series scan heads

These systems are ideal for industrial applications such as labeling, marking, materials processing and micro-processing

SCANLAB new III series scan heads
(PresseBox) ( Puchheim, )
As the world's leading and independent OEM manufacturer of scan solutions for deflecting and positioning laser beams, SCANLAB AG now broadens its product palette with the SCANcube® III, hurrySCAN® III and intelliSCAN® III series of galvanometer scan heads.

These systems are ideal for industrial applications such as labeling, marking, materials processing and micro-processing. And the SCANcube® series' renowned dependability has been boosted even further thanks to reduced thermal discharge.

The new scan heads utilize SCANLAB's recently introduced dynAXIS® 3 series of galvanometers with analog position detectors and exceptionally low drift. With integrated temperature control, they offer the world's lowest drift values for analog angular detectors.

Scan heads with these new galvanometers are available immediately. The popular SCANcube®, hurrySCAN® and intelliSCAN® scan head series are now joined by the new SCANcube® III , hurrySCAN® III and intelliSCAN® III series. Thanks to innovative galvanometers and improved electronics, these scan heads from SCANLAB offer worldwide reference-setting accuracy and speed for systems with analog detectors.

The new III-series of scan heads and their outstanding price/performance let every customer benefit from SCANLAB AG's 20+ years of experience. With over 100,000 industrial and medical technology scan solutions installed worldwide, SCANLAB continues helping customers achieve maximum competitiveness via optimal scan solutions.
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