With macro perforation, the beam is guided by mobile mirrors, the so-called scanner technology. The laser beam is guided by changing the angle of the mirrors. A processing field is created.
On a 2-axis scanner, the laser beam is focused using a far-field lens (f-theta objective) or a lens system at the processing level.
On the 3-axis scanner, a linear movable lens is used for focusing, which diverges the beam. The laser beam is focused at the processing level using either one or two focusing lenses.
This enables highly dynamic and precise film cutting.
- precise fused cut edges, leaving no film remnants in the form of threads, as is sometimes the case with punching.
- 100 % extraction of the cut-outs thanks to specially developed extraction technology.
- flexible cut-outs in position and form.