Laserbond malfunction

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Gene Uselman
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Laserbond malfunction

Post by Gene Uselman »

I bought a can way back when this thread was active and used it a dozen times I suppose and needed it today. The spray nozzle collapsed into the can and when I pulled the nozzle out the fluid pours out the hole- no propellant. I fortunately [?] also bought some Cermark and Enduramark concentrates [both dried out] and a Preval spray system- never used and still has a charge so I dumped the Laserbond 100 out of it's 'spray' can and am spraying it that way. I searched for Laserbond 100 and it is on Amazon - $190 for a three pack, but there are now a plethora of similar products to mix with alcohol which have pretty good reviews.
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Re: Laserbond malfunction

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Gene, We don't show you in our Customer database, but we stand behind our products. Email me at: paul@laserbond100.com and we'll replace any defective product at no charge. Sorry for the inconvenience
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Gene Uselman
Posts: 1771
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: Laserbond malfunction

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Paul contacted me and sent a new can of his product... thank you, sir- it's nice to see that quality is still important to quality people. Gene
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Jack Martin
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Re: Laserbond malfunction

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That is good to hear. I love everything about the product except the price.
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Gene Uselman
Posts: 1771
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: Laserbond malfunction

Post by Gene Uselman »

The company owner started Cer-Mark and split off- Cer-Mark pricing will bring tears to your eyes.
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