SCANLAB GmbH

Address:
Siemensstr. 2a
82178 Puchheim
82178
Germany

Phone: +49 89 800746-0

Web: http://www.scanlab.de


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Greater precision while scanning without limits

Greater precision while scanning without limits
OEM laser deflection and positioning systems manufacturer SCANLAB has added even more materials-processing power control capabilities to XL SCAN, the combined solution for simultaneously controlling scan heads and XY stages. For specialised industrial ultra-short pulse (USP) lasers, these new features and algorithms offer control capabilities.
11th December 2018

Entry-level scan head gains even more flexibility

Entry-level scan head gains even more flexibility
Provider of high-precision laser scan systems, SCANLAB, has introduced an additional variant of its entry-level basiCube scan head. This new basiCube model’s SL2-100 interface now allows direct control by RTC5 boards. Execution of highly elaborate laser jobs and more complex graphics is thus possible for laser marking, subsurface glass engraving or similar applications.
31st October 2018

Smartphones improve laser processing quality

Smartphones improve laser processing quality
SCANLAB GmbH's CALsheet program places an exceptionally easy-to-use calibration solution into customer hands. The software enables simple correction of system-specific errors. With just a few steps, custom correction files can be generated that improve processing accuracy to as good as 30µm. In laser processing, highest quality is of capital concern.
8th June 2017


Oscillating laser beam boosts cutting speed & accuracy

Oscillating laser beam boosts cutting speed & accuracy
SCANLAB GmbH has developed a scan system for oscillating-laser-beam cutting and welding. The welDYNA scan head unites the advantages of higher laser powers and maximum dynamics. Considerable process benefits are gained by welding and cutting with highfrequency beam oscillation, particularly in macro material processing of larger components. For example, thick metal sheets and fiber-reinforced plastics can be cut more quickly and cleanly. Diverse materials of poor weldability can be robustly bonded, too.
22nd May 2017


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