MRC Systems will be exhibiting at booth 3100 with its compact laser beam stabilisation systems that serve a wide range of applications.
The systems enable real-time stabilisation against laser beam pointing in more and more industrial and scientific applications. The turnkey products stabilise the beam against motion, drift, vibrations, and other disturbances.
New applications served by the systems are micromachining with ultrashort lasers, where the scanners and the focusing optics must be hit with highest accuracy, as well as experiments with sliding stages, where mechanical deviations must be compensated. Another example is the adjustment of lasers into optical fibres. Besides these in-line stabilisation tasks during laser operation, the systems can also be used to ease the first alignment of a laser setup, or the re-alignment after a service.
The stabilisation systems combine precise position detectors and piezo-driven mirrors with fast closed-loop controllers. They work without digitising steps or latencies, which make them extremely fast and accurate.