Cambridge Technology Inc. has released the DC2000, a dual-axis digital servo driver for laser scanning. It uses a model-based algorithm to achieve high galvo speeds and back-channel feedback to alert the user if a threshold is exceeded, eliminating the need for a host computer. It permits system interrogation via the Internet, so tech support can be provided from remote locations. It works with many of the company’s galvanometers and supports apertures from 3 to >30 mm. Changing from one galvo to another only requires downloading the model specifications through the driver’s integrated controls.