Galvanometer scanner series by Scanlab AG

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OEM manufacturer of scan solutions for laser beams, Scanlab AG (Munich, Germany), has added the dynAXIS 3 series to the dynAXIS galvanometer family. This series is comprised of four new galvanometers with analog position detectors; the dynAXIS 3 T, dynAXIS 3 S, dynAXIS 3 M and dynAXIS 3 L. With integrated temperature regulation, these galvanometers produce the lowest drift for analog position detectors. Scanlab scan heads with the new galvanometers achieve precision, speed and drift unparalleled for systems with analog position detectors.

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dynAXIS® 3 galvanometer scanners offer lowest thermal drift and large scan angles

SCANLAB AG, the world’s leading and independent OEM-manufacturer of scan solutions for the deflection and positioning of laser beams, is adding the new dynAXIS® 3 series to the dynAXIS® galvanometer family. The dynAXIS® 3 series is comprised of four new galvanometers with analog position detectors:

dynAXIS® 3 T, dynAXIS® 3 S, dynAXIS® 3 M and dynAXIS® 3 L
With integrated temperature regulation, these new dynAXIS® 3 galvanometers produce the lowest drift for analog position detectors.
Furthermore, dynAXIS® 3 galvanometers are available with mechanical deflection angles up to +/- 20° (i.e. +/- 40° optical).

These new galvanometers are available immediately. The popular SCANcube®, intellicube®, hurrySCAN® and intelliSCAN® scan head series will shortly be expanded to include these new galvanometers. SCANLAB scan heads with the new galvanometers achieve precision, speed and drift unparalleled for systems with analog position detectors.

With more than 100,000 installed scan solutions worldwide, all users benefit from SCANLAB AG’s 20+ years of experience. SCANLAB’s optimal scan solutions help customers attain maximum competitiveness.

SCANLAB AG, Germany, is the worldwide leading and independent OEM-manufacturer of scan solutions for the deflection and positioning of laser beams in three dimensions. SCANLAB’s high-performance galvanometer scanners, scan heads and scan systems are used worldwide for industrial laser material processing, as well as in medical and biomedical technology.

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