Scanlab releases Precsys optimised for green lasers

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A version of Scanlab’s five-axis Precsys scan solution is now available that is optimised for green lasers operating at 515nm.

Precsys enables the industrial ultra-short-pulse laser micromachining of flexible, definable geometries with high aspect ratios. The version optimised for 515nm is particularly attractive in the electronics industry, where it allows probe cards – used for testing integrated circuits – to be created with even finer lateral structures. The system is able to offer a smaller spot size and enhanced lateral precision when processing challenging materials.

All Precsys scan solutions are galvo-based five-axis subsystems designed 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 exceptional freedom in developing new process strategies. Circular, elliptical or linear trajectories can be defined for processing in 2D or 3D.

The entire Precsys product line has recently received a servo control strategy update that enables even higher rotational frequencies and processing speeds in drilling operations. The new DrillControl software version supports both versions of Precsys, and also enables the use of existing laser jobs. Initial Precsys 515 systems will be orderable as of Q4 2019.

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