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    Default : ( New laser is speckling or dotting my work piece.

    I recently purchased a BOSS L1416. Been using a Logilase for a couple years now so I'm not a newbie. I've checked the machine over to make sure it's set up correctly and such. When I laser acrylic or metal marking paint I am seeing that the beam is producing some kind of speckling... as if it's "over-spraying" so to speak. I have never seen this before. Boss has been great with their responsiveness, and said it was a lens issue, so they sent me a new one. I installed it, made sure everything is clean including mirrors. Same problem. What gives! Also, the DPI/scan gap doesn't look quite up to what it should be... 0.05 Having trouble getting it to frost the acrylic.

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    Default Re: : ( New laser is speckling or dotting my work piece.

    Any damage to any of the mirrors? I've never seen that sort of shotgun effect on any laser I've used regardless of lens condition. And I've used some extremely crappy lenses lol.



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    Default Re: : ( New laser is speckling or dotting my work piece.

    The laser beam may be hitting the air cone hole. I had double images on acrylic and I had to drill mine air cone some. Just a guess

    Last edited by Trell; 02-04-2018 at 11:28 PM. Reason: missed speld


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    Default Re: : ( New laser is speckling or dotting my work piece.

    It could also be a component in the beam path not secured properly. Say..... a mirror that is vibrating during x/y motion or something. If it was the beam clipping the inside of the nozzle the results should be more consistent rather than this random scattering IMHO



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    Default Re: : ( New laser is speckling or dotting my work piece.

    Good suggestions. The nozzle hole is quite large on this laser, so I don't imagine it could be that. I checked alignment and such and it all seems to be firing accurately. I cleaned the mirrors. and yes Blackened, I have not seen a lens cause that effect myself either but I figured I'd accept their replacement lens Once I get home, I will take another look at parts to see if there is any vibration or something of that nature, like you mentioned. I can't find this problem being discussed anywhere else on the web.



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    Default Re: : ( New laser is speckling or dotting my work piece.

    You better check electricity. Grounding and hv cable.
    Your hv psu might be damaged too. It looks to be unintended laser pulsing, not reflection.

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