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  • RTA Polygonal Laser Scanners
Jul 2009
Lincoln Laser Co.Request Info
PHOENIX, July 16, 2009 – Lincoln Laser Co. announced that its new RTA polygonal laser scanners are available for quick shipment. Customers can choose the scan rate and facet count for their particular applications from a selection of standard precision motors and polygonal mirrors that are in stock and ready to assemble (RTA). The company will provide a laser scanner tailored to customer needs with a short lead time and with no custom engineering or tooling charges.
It offers a choice of a precision ball-bearing motor for operation from 500 to 12,000 rpm or a self-generating air-bearing motor for operation from 10,000 to 55,000 rpm. Polygonal mirrors are stocked in standard sizes from 18 to 90 facets. The family of mirrors and motors cover scan rates from 150 Hz to 85 kHz. Standard mirror coatings are for infrared lasers. For a moderate extra cost and a longer lead-time, users can specify a custom mirror for the motors and associated controllers.

The scanners have applications in agriculture, medicine and biomedicine, materials processing, metrology, printing, process control, scanning, terrain mapping and others requiring precision laser beam delivery.

For more information, visit:  

Lincoln Laser Co.
234 E. Mohave St.
Phoenix, AZ 85004-2885
Phone: (602) 257-0407
Fax: (602) 257-9022


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