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    I have a CamTech Laser Master 52 (Model LMS 1510) build in 2000.

    It had a Synrad laser from June 20, 1995 mounted on it. (Model F48SC-5-285W/705) - 30 watt laser

    That laser is dead... is there anything we can do besides buy another Synrad? I'd prefer not to purchase an expensive Synrad laser (the price they quoted was really high).

    Are there alternatives that I can consider?

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    Default Re: Reviving Dead Laser / Machine

    Quote Originally Posted by blueturnaround View Post
    I have a CamTech Laser Master 52 (Model LMS 1510) build in 2000.

    It had a Synrad laser from June 20, 1995 mounted on it. (Model F48SC-5-285W/705) - 30 watt laser

    That laser is dead... is there anything we can do besides buy another Synrad? I'd prefer not to purchase an expensive Synrad laser (the price they quoted was really high).

    Are there alternatives that I can consider?
    You can recharge laser.

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    Default Re: Reviving Dead Laser / Machine

    I don't know how to edit my original post :/ doesn't seem to be a way. My mistake, I also forgot to mention that I'd ideally like to install a more powerful laser on there. 50W is meh... I'd like a lot more. Are there other models... or maybe a CNC arm... or plasma I can install? I'd need a compatible / similar way to mount the new part replacing the old part... but need it compatible with the overall CamTech chassis.



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    Default Re: Reviving Dead Laser / Machine

    How about Synrad 50W?

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