The basis of any laser machining recipe is fabrication trajectories. In DMC trajectories can be generated by importing CAD files (DXF, DWG, STL, Gerber, NC Drill, etc.) or by drawing them with built-in tools.
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DMC can be used to control 5-axis stages plus a galvo scanner for any 3D shape processing. After the system is configured in DMC, the user only has to import a CAD object, set process parameters and click Run. DMC handles trajectory calculation and process control.
DMC’s Adaptive Mark on Fly (MOTF) allows efficient processing of large parts that can tolerate stitching or has features that are small enough to fit into the scanner field. MOTF analyses the pattern and controls stage speed according to it. If there are a lot of lines, it slows down and when not – speeds up. Using DMC’s MOTF, it is possible to achieve up to 30% faster processing times compared to other technologies.
DMC also supports Aerotech’s Infinite Field of View, Scanlab’s XL Scan and Polaris IFOV.
DMC enables simultaneous use of several scanners for processing a single area. The user has to import a CAD object and define process parameters, then DMC automatically handles trajectory separation between several scanners and controls the hardware to produce the part.
DMC software seamlessly integrates machine vision for laser machining processes. Use it to see machining results, position your fabrication trajectories on the sample precisely or calibrate your system.
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