The Laser Galvo draws lines on the wall of a building during the construction process.
We are a small, dedicated team of experts who specialize in Laser Galvo Projectors. These devices are known for their accuracy, adaptability, and the incredible visual effects they produce.
Our team's unique technical skills help us take laser galvanometers to the next level. In entertainment settings, we focus on creating eye-catching light displays, but when it comes to more demanding settings like factories and warehouses, we utilize advanced software to calibrate the galvanometers, achieving impressive precision.
Left: each unit works independently, right: units working together increasing projected area
There are situations where one laser galvanometer might not be enough. Let's say you need to draw on a large area or need lots of lines drawn quickly. With just one device, you might see flickering. But don't worry, we've got a solution. We can connect several galvanometers and control them through a central server. This setup gives you the precision of multiple devices with the simplicity of operating just one.
Left: correction is off, right: correction is on
Setting up a galvanometer perfectly straight can be challenging and if not done right, it could lead to distorted images. That's why we've developed special software alignment methods to correct any distortions, ensuring the high-quality projections.
We totally understand, safety comes first, especially when dealing with lasers. Nobody wants a laser accidentally shining in their eyes! That's why we've got you covered with two important safety features in our Laser Galvo units. The first one is a proximity sensor. This smart little device turns off the laser right away if it senses someone getting too close to the beam. The second feature is an accelerometer sensor. This one makes sure that if the unit gets bumped or moved unexpectedly, the laser will switch off straight away. It's our way of making sure everyone stays safe while using our equipment.
One of the key characteristics of a laser galvanometer is its deflection speed, measured in thousands of points per second (kpps). This parameter indicates how quickly the laser can move from one point to another. To unify and standardize this indicator, the International Laser Display Association (ILDA) standard test is used. During this test, the scanning speed is measured at a maximum laser beam deflection of 8 degrees. Thus, the indication ">20kpps bei 8° ILDA" means that our galvanometer is capable of scanning more than 20,000 points per second at this deflection. Such information is particularly important for users who plan to use the galvanometer in applications where high scanning speed and accuracy are required.