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The SPring-8 Angstrom Compact free-electron LAser (SACLA) has been open for user experiments since March 2012. SACLA is the world first compact XFEL facility aiming at a general-purpose machine spread widely, which was designed to make the facility size compact as much as possible with the state-of-the art technology. Success of SACLA actually stimulates lots of researchers who are eager to utilize XFEL for their experiments to build their own XFEL facilities. Construction of compact XFEL,doi:10.2184/lsj.40.9_666 fatcat:ptjnjbb25nafpgxwceqs6juccq