For more than 25 years, SCANLAB develops and manufactures high-performance galvanometer scanners and galvanometer-based scanning systems for the deflection and positioning of laser beams. By precisely moving mirrors and optics, the products guide and position laser beams in up to three dimensions.
With about 300 highly qualified and motivated employees and more than 20,000 scan solutions installed every year, SCANLAB has become the world-leading and independent OEM manufacturer of scan solutions.
The products and systems are used for laser material processing (e.g. marking, welding, cutting, drilling, micro machining, additive and rapid manufacturing) and for medical and biomedical technology (e.g. ophthalmology, dermatology, confocal microscopy). The company offers solutions optimized for each of these highly varied markets and demanding applications.
SCANLAB's excelliSCAN scan head sets new high-end standards for meeting the most challenging demands. Its groundbreaking SCANahead control technology and field-proven dynAXISse digital-encoder galvanometers attain previously unreachable dynamic performance and precision. This translates to enormous gains in productivity and process accuracy.
Innovative excelliSCAN design features:
- New SCANahead control
- dynAXISse digital-encoder galvanometers
- Housing innovations
TbasiCube is a scan head specifically designed for laser labeling applications. Its extreme compactness and ease of integration make it well-suited for installation in production lines.
-Very high write speeds
-Ideal in conjunction with fiber lasers
-Ultra-compact scan head – easy integration
-Attractive price/performance ratio
-Made in Germany
SCANLAB‘s dynamic z axis extends your 2D scan head to a 3D scan system.
Due to its highly innovative design and field-proven galvanometer technology, it drastically raises dynamic performance unreached by conventional z adjusters.
The achieved identical dynamics of all three axes now opens up entirely new processing strategies and opportunities. Furthermore, this new technology uses only reflective optical components. This allows using different wavelengths without dispersion.