Rest in pease Laser tube LFR 130w born 2015

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Gene Uselman
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Rest in pease Laser tube LFR 130w born 2015

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My original 1300x900 130w tube made it's last cut- jacket is now full of water... dead. I will call that good service. Just ordered a LightObject JK lasser tube 130w [my second one- first went with the other machine]
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Re: Rest in pease Laser tube LFR 130w born 2015

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That lasted quite a while - good tube.
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Gene Uselman
Posts: 2125
Joined: Thu Jul 07, 2016 3:18 pm
Location: Suburban Minneapolis, Minnesota, US
Country: USA
Nickname: Gene
Laser Machine Make or Type: AKL1318-2
Laser Power: 130W & 80W Reci
Laser Bed Size: 51 x 71
Home Position: TR
Control Software: LIGHTBURN
RDWorks Version: RDw .19 & Lightburn
Ruida Controller: RDC6445
Accessories: I have a combining lenses, pin tables [homebuilt], honeycomb tables , wireless remote, Modifed Ultimate Air Assist, home built non-powered rotary device, Prusa i3 MK3S and Mini Prusa printers.
Windows Version: Win 10 Pro

Re: Rest in pease Laser tube LFR 130w born 2015

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Great tube- was putting out 100w to the end, had to do the last cut twice and the next cut would not fire.
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BT48 Alpha Shopbot and 1300x1800 130W Laser

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Gene Uselman
Posts: 2125
Joined: Thu Jul 07, 2016 3:18 pm
Location: Suburban Minneapolis, Minnesota, US
Country: USA
Nickname: Gene
Laser Machine Make or Type: AKL1318-2
Laser Power: 130W & 80W Reci
Laser Bed Size: 51 x 71
Home Position: TR
Control Software: LIGHTBURN
RDWorks Version: RDw .19 & Lightburn
Ruida Controller: RDC6445
Accessories: I have a combining lenses, pin tables [homebuilt], honeycomb tables , wireless remote, Modifed Ultimate Air Assist, home built non-powered rotary device, Prusa i3 MK3S and Mini Prusa printers.
Windows Version: Win 10 Pro

Re: Rest in pease Laser tube LFR 130w born 2015

Post by Gene Uselman »

Switching tubes today- EFR was built 2015-10-19

And the JK tube power is 130w and max power is 170w? Pretty high overhead on that. Gene

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