SCANLAB GmbH has been developing and manufacturing galvanometer scanners and scan solutions since its 1990 founding. SCANLAB's products turn lasers into precise, highly dynamic and flexible tools that provide the basis for performing countless processing tasks.
Our highly qualified and motivated team of some 350 employees possesses extensive market and application experience. SCANLAB's headquarters in Germany now manufactures and globally sells more than 35,000 scan solutions annually. As market leader, we have the largest installed base in the world.
SCANLAB's main R&D and manufacturing site is in Puchheim, Germany (near Munich). The company's American operations are represented by SCANLAB America, Inc. in Saint Charles, Illinois (near Chicago). Our second American R&D site is SCANLAB Systems Engineering in Billerica, Massachusetts.
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