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Our highly engineered components and subsystem solutions—combined with deep expertise in advanced photonics—make us the global technology partner of choice for advanced industrial OEMs and system integrators. Our galvanometer series combines expertise from our Cambridge Technology engineering teams to develop a flexible solution for system engineers in a variety of applications.
Engineered by Cambridge Technology, our galvanometers are built around a highly optimized moving magnet rotor and patented position technology. The 62xxK and 83xxK series feature proprietary designs which enable fast and precise optical scanning with each motor optimized for a range of mirror sizes.
For jobs that require higher performance, the 62xxK series is equipped with superior drift mechanics for a variety of applications. Whether the focus is on speed, accuracy, footprint, or price, we offer a broad range of configurations that provide both performance and value.
We offer the broadest selection of galvo motors configurable to meet demanding needs in micromachining applications. Cambridge Technology’s XY Galvanometer sets feature precision, accuracy, and throughput without compromise.
In OCT applications, our galvanometer series are the industry standard for imaging, speed, and repeatability. Our proprietary scanner technology helps customers differentiate their system performance and long-term use.
For converting applications where flexibility and high speed is required, Cambridge Technology’s 62xxK and 83xxK series enable consistent cut and weld quality at high speeds thanks to its robust motor and mechanics’ design.
In marking and coding applications that demand versatility from its laser processing systems, our XY galvanometer feature speed, accuracy and reliability not matter the size of the job.
3 mm – 7 mm | 10 mm – 20 mm | 25 mm – 50 mm
CO2: 9.2 - 10.6 µm
Fiber: 1030 - 1080 nm
Green: 532 nm
UV: 355 nm
100 μs - 200 μs
All angles are in optical degrees, unless otherwise noted.
1. 0.1° step and settled to within 99% of the final position. Requires Cambridge Technology servo board.
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