Product information "AM-MODULE NEXT GEN Prefocusing Deflection Units"
Optical Deflection ±0.325 rad; Processing Speed 30 rad/s; Positioning Speed 30 rad/s; Digital Control via RL3-100 Protocol; Resolution 0.76 µrad
Raylase’s AM-MODULE NEXT GEN prefocusing deflection units for fiber-coupled lasers feature homogeneous power density and exceptionally low drift values. They enable ultra-dynamic, rapid processing with flexible spot diameters. Full digital, model-based control is ensured with absolute precision. Up to 4 modules can be operated simultaneously over one construction field. Direct connection of a photodiode or pyrometer for process control is also possible.
For more effective process monitoring, the BASE-Module can be expanded with the SENSOR-Module. The two integrated sensors not only ensure customized quality control, they also enable archiving and process control. Focus tracking is built-in for one of the sensors. Data can be preprocessed either directly in the expanded camera electronics or on a powerful frame grabber.
The AM-MODULE NEXT GEN prefocusing deflection units are available in two variants: As a standard module or a high-performance module with fully digitally galvo-scanner. The high-performance module is designed for use in the manufacture of ultra-high precision components which must satisfy particularly high safety specifications. This application is of particular interest for users in the aerospace industry, automotive manufacturing and medical engineering.
Fast Beam Deflection With Uniform Power Distribution Over the Entire Field
High Dynamic for 3D-Production of Metal Parts for Working Fields From up to 600 mm x 600 mm
Innovative Design for Effective Full Parallelization Over the Working Field
Direct Fiber Connection and Zoom Axis for Highly Dynamic Change of Spot Size
On-Axis Process Monitoring and Control Using Various Sensors With Focus Tracking
Control: Via RL3-100 Protocol 20 Bit
Optical Deflection (typ.): ±0.325 rad
Resolution RL3-100, 20 Bit: 0.76 µrad
Repeatability (RMS): <0.4, <2.0 µrad
Position Noise (RMS): <2.0, <3.2 µrad
Max. Temperature Drift: 8, 15 ppm/K Gain, 10, 15 µrad/K Offset