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Galvo Scanners

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PITTSBURGH, Oct. 30, 2014 — The Nmark AGV-HPO by Aerotech Inc. is a high-accuracy, open-frame galvo scanner.

It features single-digit, micron-level accuracy with optical feedback technology that can improve thermal stability. It offers resolution of >24 bits when used with the company’s Nmark CLS controller, as well as multiple input apertures and mirror coatings that support a variety of laser wavelengths.

The AGV-HPO control connections consist of two 300-mm cables terminated in 25-pin, D-style connectors. The scanners are available with right-side and left-side input apertures for mirror-image machine builds, and are available with 10-, 14-, 20- and 30-mm input apertures that can be equipped with an f-Theta or telecentric lens.
Oct 2014

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