Compact laser scan head

Laser Control Systems has introduced its Digi-Cube II digital laser scan head for laser marking.

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Shefford, Bedfordshire, England - Laser Control Systems has introduced its Digi-Cube II digital laser scan head for laser marking, and is the new compact version of the company's Digi-Cube.

The Digi-Cube II offers enhanced servo digital-drive electronics, which are said to cost less than most analog models. An IP55 rating version for applications requiring this standard is also available.

The laser scan head uses XY2-100 Communication Protocol as standard. The operating system uses DSP technology to rapidly compute and predict the exact drive impulses required to achieve small mirror movements with the fastest possible acceleration (1000 impressions/s).

The Digi-Cube and Digi-Cube II are now also configured to interface with the company's Digi-Struct Software, which allows up to 256 different laser marking programs to be downloaded on to a SD card. This eliminates the need for a laptop on the shop floor, saving time, eliminating programming error, and preventing any unauthorized access or interference with the laser marking program.

When the laser scan head is switched on, it performs a detailed self-diagnosis and system check to confirm the accuracy and positioning of the laser marking, which is important for component marking in the semiconductor industry.

For more information, please visit www.lasercontrols.com.

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