6D Laser vertically integrates all of the sub-systems required for precision laser micro-processing, and it does this by forming strategic partnerships with key component and subsystem suppliers that are required to achieve the goals of demanding precision applications.
ALIO Industries, Inc.

Since 2001, ALIO Industries has been working at the bleeding-edge of nanometer-level motion control. The company has set the standard for ultra-precise and repeatable motion control solutions, including the Patented Hybrid Hexapod® which has less than 100 nm 3-Dimensional 6-Axis Point Precision® repeatability, making it an essential technology for mission critical applications in the laser processing, optical inspection, photonics, semiconductor, metrology, and medical device sectors along with various micromachining projects.


SCANLAB GmbH is a provider of galvo scanning solutions.  Together with ACS Motion Control they developed an Unlimited Field-of-View (UFV™) scanning solution for coordinate motion control of the galvo scanner and positioning stages called XLScan.  6D Laser's UFV™ solution combines the precision galvo scanning of SCANLAB's XLSCAN system with ALIO's precision monolithic XY stages for superior UFV™ accuracy.

ACS Motion Control

ACS Motion Control is a provider of high-end motion controls.  Together with SCANLAB GmbH they developed an UFV™ scanning solution for coordinate motion control of the positioning stages and galvo scanner called XLScan.

Amplitude Laser

Amplitude Laser is a manufacturer of ultrafast femtosecond lasers with high rep-rate and average power, ideally suited for precision laser micro-processing.

Next Scan Technology

Next Scan Technology - NST - offers the widest range of polygon scanner systems such as different large area scan fields, different operating wavelengths and small focused spot sizes.  6DLaser is incorporating these polygon scanners into systems for high-throughput laser micromachining systems.

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Animal Inspired Movement and Robotics Lab

6D Laser has partnered with CU Boulder investigators for the joint development of precision 6-Axis ultrafast laser micromachining techniques.