Cambridge Technology, Inc.
25 Hartwell Avenue
Cambridge Technology, Inc. Nov 13, 2009
Cambridge Technology, Inc. is an award winning, world leading manufacturer of closed-loop, galvanometer based optical scanning components and supporting products. These products provide superior scanning performance to a wide variety of…
… applications including laser marking, cutting, engraving, machining and treating, biomedical, laser entertainment and any application where laser beam steering is required. CTI offers a comprehensive range of optical scanners including the smallest, the largest and the fastest galvanometers commercially manufactured. The combination of exceptional torque to inertia ratios and CTI's patented position detector technologies offer any application unrivaled scanning speed and accuracy performance.
Cambridge Technology, Inc., continues to raise the bar for accuracy, speed, performance and reliability in high-speed scanning applications with the new 6200H Series of Galvanometers and Servo Drivers.
Highest Closed Loop Bandwidths And Torque Per Watt Available The 6200H Series of closed loop galvanometer based optical scanners combines our moving magnet actuator technology with our innovative patented advanced optical position detector design offering the highest torque per watt and closed loop bandwidths. The result of this mix of innovation and technology is the highest positioning speed, precision and reliability - while achieving instrumentation level accuracy and stability - at a very cost effective price.
Designed For High Speeds and A Broad Range Of Applications Designed for higher RMS speeds at wide angles and for a broad range of apertures with solutions from 3 to 25mm, the 6200H series provides the broadest range of choices to optimize system price/performance for any application. The 6200H Series was designed for a wide variety of applications including laser marking and material processing, biomedical systems, imaging and printing, semiconductor processing, laser projection or any application where speed, size and accuracy are critical to system performance.