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Next Scan Technology Receives EPIC’s Phoenix Award

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Polygon scanner developer Next Scan Technology was presented with the 2017 Phoenix Award from the European Photonics Industry Consortium (EPIC) for entrepreneurship in photonics.

The EPIC Phoenix Award is presented to a company that successfully overcame market and industry challenges through perseverance and entrepreneurship. Next Scan Technology’s wide range of polygon scan systems enable demanding material processing applications combined with legacy and ultra-short pulsed lasers.

“Ronny De Loor and myself are really proud to receive this EPIC Phoenix award,” said Lars Penning, CEO and co-founder of Next Scan Technology. “For us, it is an honor and recognition to be elected by such a remarkable group of European entrepreneurs in photonics. From the very beginning, we believed in the opportunity to address an uncharted area in laser material processing. Since timing determines the necessity of an enabling technology, we are encouraged and convinced that we will grow with our partner Scanlab, addressing the markets of the future, and will make further contributions to the EPIC community.”

Next Scan Technology develops polygon-based scanner systems compatible with high-power, ultra-short-pulsed lasers.

Photonics Spectra
Jul 2017
BusinessNext Scan TechnologyPhoenix AwardEuropean Photonics Industry ConsortiumEPICLars PenningRonny De LoorlasersawardsEuropelight speed

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