Anyone have a Laserpecker?

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Gene Uselman
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Anyone have a Laserpecker?

Post by Gene Uselman »

I have looked at these on youtube- they appear to be fiber lasers? I am not sure the difference between the V1 and V2- the V1 is on amazon now- V2 delivery is March 2021.
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Jeremy Hass
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Laser Machine Make or Type: PI-RTJ-1390M
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Re: Anyone have a Laserpecker?

Post by Jeremy Hass »

I backed the LP2 on Kickstarter. It's a 5w 450nm UV diode laser. Should be fun to play with, and do some stuff the 20 and 30w Fiber machines at work can't do.

LP1 1.6w UV diode____LP2 5w UV diode
LP1 speed 60mm/s? *says LP2 is 10x faster____LP2 6mm/s-600mm/s working speed
LP1 work area 100mm x 100mm____LP2 work area up to 100mm x 2000mm with aux booster
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Gene Uselman
Posts: 1845
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: Anyone have a Laserpecker?

Post by Gene Uselman »

Thanks for the info Jeremy- when do you get your machine? It must have optics like a fiber laser as the head does not move. I will be leaving for a vacation at the end of the month and if I could get one before then I would play with it in the Keys. Orders now are slated for March [and who really knows?] which will be too late for me. Gene
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Jeremy Hass
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Joined: Thu Jan 07, 2021 12:53 pm
Location: Sacramento, CA
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Laser Machine Make or Type: PI-RTJ-1390M
Laser Power: 300W Beam Combined
Laser Bed Size: 1300x900x350
Home Position: TL
Control Software: RDWORKS
RDWorks Version: Metalcut 1.00.16
Ruida Controller: Other
Accessories: RDC6332M-CD, Live Focus System, CW6000 chiller, Rotary attachment
Windows Version: Win 10 Pro

Re: Anyone have a Laserpecker?

Post by Jeremy Hass »

Yep, they are currently scheduled to ship in March. If you just want something to play with the LP1 should still be a fun toy. I'd still consider the LP2 a toy since even hobby grade Chinese UV lasers are 6k+
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