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Cambridge Technology, Inc., Sub. of GSI Group - Bedford, MA
Manufacturer and supplier of galvanometer-based optical scanners, controllers, digital and analog servo drivers, X-Y open frame sets, scan heads and scanning subsystems. Galvo applications include laser marking, cutting, engraving, machining and treating, laser display, biomedical, OCT, and any...
PI (Physik Instrumente) L.P., Sub. of Physik Instrumente (PI) GmbH & Co. KG, Piezo Nano Positioning - Auburn, MA
PI employs more than 700 people and provides the broadest and deepest portfolio of precision motion technologies worldwide— from piezo ceramic actuators to hexapod 6-axis systems to air-bearing stages. Two of our products were selected for NASA’s Mars Rover Curiosity science lab due to...
Canon U.S.A., Inc., Sub. of Canon Inc., Industrial Products Div. - San Jose, CA
Applying optical and optoelectronic technologies amassed over many years, Canon provides high-value-added products to a wide range of industries. The Company is prominent globally as a manufacturer of digital cameras and printers. Canon Industrial Division products adopted the core technologies...
Electro-Optical Products Corp. - Fresh Meadows, NY
Electro-Optical Products Corp. is a manufacturer and supplier of high quality, low cost and long life components used with light, plasma, X-Ray and lasers. Our products offer breakthrough, practical, energy-saving solutions for OEM customers. We offer experience, non-stop innovation and superior...
SCANLAB AG - Puchheim, Germany
Who we are Since its founding in 1990, SCANLAB has successfully focused on developing and manufacturing galvanometer scanners and scan solutions. Our products turn lasers into highly dynamic and flexible tools for materials processing. This is achieved via moving mirrors and optical elements that...
Acal BFi UK Ltd., Sub. of Acal plc - Wokingham, England
Epner Technology Inc. - Brooklyn, NY
Laser Lines Ltd. - Banbury, England
Lincoln Laser Co. - Phoenix, AZ
Nidec Copal Electronics Corp. - Tokyo, Japan
Nidec Copal Electronics, Inc., Sub. of Nidec Copal Electronics Corp. - Torrance, CA
NTT Advanced Technology Corp., Sub. of NTT - San Jose, CA
Numetrix Technologies - Sherbrooke, Canada
Riegl USA, Inc. - Orlando, FL
SCANLAB America, Inc., Sub. of SCANLAB AG - Saint Charles, IL
Sunny Technology - Beijing, China
Sunrise Optical LLC - Sunrise, FL
Thorlabs Ltd., Sub. of Thorlabs Inc. - Ely, England
Westwind Air Bearings, Sub. of GSI Group - Poole, England
Xyntek, Inc. - Yardley, PA
1. A device used to trace out an object and build up an image. One of the most common of these types is video scanning. The scanning takes place inside the television tube as electrons, guided by electron optics, sweep linearly across a tube face...
Pertaining to optics and the phenomena of light.
optical bar-code reader
A device used with the data station to read coded information from particular documents at the rate of hundreds of characters per second.
fiber optics and accessories
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