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Hall A2, Booth 225

Scanlab will be highlighting its new encoder-based scan system ExcelliSCAN 20 at the show, which through smaller spots and large image fields enables the smallest patterns in micro structuring to be made using lasers. The scan system offers an increased working distance, allowing for more flexibility in high-power laser applications. Its intelligent SCANahead control dynamics increase productivity – particularly in 3D printing.

The firm will also be presenting a new member of its precSYS product line. Five-axis precSYS subsystems enable industrial ultra-short-pulse (USP) laser micromachining of flexible, definable geometries with high aspect ratios. The availability of a subsystem optimised for 515nm lasers is particularly attractive in the electronics industry, where it allows probe cards for testing integrated circuits to be created with even finer lateral structures. 

All precSYS scan solutions are galvo-based five-axis subsystems for integration into laser machines. Thanks to their flexible laser beam positioning capabilities (in the x, y, z, α and β directions), these scan heads offer a high level of freedom in developing new process strategies. Circular, elliptical or linear trajectories can be defined for processing in 2D or 3D.

Lastly, the firm will be also be showcasing its XL Scan solutionfor the first time with an integrated excelliSHIFT z axis. Jointly developed with ACS Motion Control, this innovative scan system processes workpieces of practically unlimited size by combining a 2D scan head with an XY positioning stage. What’s new is the added ultra-dynamic z-shifter, which enables highly precise surface processing of 3D-shaped workpieces in nearly any size.

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