For a 2D mirror scanner, we use a gimballed architecture, in which the first rotating angle is achieved within a rotating structure (i.e., the gimbal) of the second scanning direction. For example, the horizontal scan is done using a gimbal that rotates in the vertical scanning direction. For this result, we need a compact actuator that can rotate together with the gimbal, so we choose an electrostatic actuator for the fast axis. However the second scanning direction needs a powerful actuator that rotates the entire gimbal. In this case we choose an electromagnetic actuator. The combination of both actuation methods, forms a very powerful laser scanner device.