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Whoo-Whoo... our laser power meters are here. 01 Feb 2016 12:55 #1

  • Gene Uselman
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They were 'supposed' to ship the one they had immediately and the other when they got more parts... but of course they waited to ship till the second one was done, obviously. Now I have the machine torn apart doing a US legal wiring job on it and the building wiring.

Whoo-Whoo... our laser power meters are here. 01 Feb 2016 16:52 #2

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U.S. Legal???? Have fun with the heat gun removing all that hot glue!!! EVERY connection inside my machine is connected then hot glued over it.

Whoo-Whoo... our laser power meters are here. 01 Feb 2016 19:11 #3

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Then you bought from the wrong company, Patrick ...I have never heard this before all the companies we had dealings with, their product comes with I dentifiable terminations on all wires both ends and you can trace from the schematics that come with them from point to point, That goes for INtech, Salecnc, Keyland, Omni,Yihai, and many others , I would think that is after market trick from some shyster type!!!

Unless of course you did it yourself for some unknown reason..?
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Whoo-Whoo... our laser power meters are here. 01 Feb 2016 19:25 #4

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Yea, our wiring looks excellent for the most part.

Whoo-Whoo... our laser power meters are here. 01 Feb 2016 19:40 #5

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They are all terminated correctly, it is like they used a dab of hot glue so the screws did not loosen.

Whoo-Whoo... our laser power meters are here. 01 Feb 2016 20:07 #6

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Yea, I think Gene is referring to his power juncture box on the laser cabinet. There we had to do a little improve dance with the main feed, and all of the accessories like chiller, compressor, and extractor. Getting this up to snuff for an inspection say, might be a bit of a challenge.

Gene, are you still thinking you would have rather done 110v?

Whoo-Whoo... our laser power meters are here. 02 Feb 2016 11:27 #7

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115v would be easier I would think- if Dan's machine is 115V I see no reason for 220v- other than it is probably what they use in China.

And my terminations on the power panel have globs of clear something on them- If it is hot glue it should come off pretty good? I was thinking silicone which is usually hard to remove.
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