Anyone have a Laserpecker?

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Gene Uselman
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Location: Suburban Minneapolis, Minnesota, US
Country: USA
Nickname: Gene
Laser Machine Make or Type: QC
Laser Power: 130W
Laser Bed Size: 900x1300
Home Position: TR
Control Software: LIGHTBURN
RDWorks Version: RDw .19 & Lightburn
LightBurn Version: Latest
Ruida Controller: RDC6442
Windows Version: Win 10 Pro
Accessories: I have a combining lenses, pin tables [homebuilt], honeycomb tables , wireless remote, Modifed Ultimate Air Assist, home built non-powered rotary device, PrusaMK4 and Mini Prusa printers.

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
Posts: 8
Joined: Thu Jan 07, 2021 12:53 pm
Location: Sacramento, CA
Country: USA
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
Windows Version: Win 10 Pro
Accessories: RDC6332M-CD, Live Focus System, CW6000 chiller, Rotary attachment

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: 2165
Joined: Thu Jul 07, 2016 3:18 pm
Location: Suburban Minneapolis, Minnesota, US
Country: USA
Nickname: Gene
Laser Machine Make or Type: QC
Laser Power: 130W
Laser Bed Size: 900x1300
Home Position: TR
Control Software: LIGHTBURN
RDWorks Version: RDw .19 & Lightburn
LightBurn Version: Latest
Ruida Controller: RDC6442
Windows Version: Win 10 Pro
Accessories: I have a combining lenses, pin tables [homebuilt], honeycomb tables , wireless remote, Modifed Ultimate Air Assist, home built non-powered rotary device, PrusaMK4 and Mini Prusa printers.

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
Posts: 8
Joined: Thu Jan 07, 2021 12:53 pm
Location: Sacramento, CA
Country: USA
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
Windows Version: Win 10 Pro
Accessories: RDC6332M-CD, Live Focus System, CW6000 chiller, Rotary attachment

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+
Stefano Noto
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Joined: Sat May 15, 2021 5:52 pm
Location: Mesa, AZ
Country: United States
Nickname: Conundrum
Laser Machine Make or Type: Universal
Laser Power: 120
Laser Bed Size: 48 x 24
Home Position: TR
Control Software: LIGHTBURN
RDWorks Version: 1.18
Ruida Controller: Other
Windows Version: 10
Accessories: Rotary, gas assist, multiple lens configurations. Particulate and vapor-phase filtration. If this is only for users of RDworks, then I apologize.

Ok I know I'm really late to the game, but these freaking things are not actually legal to run in the USA or EU. Legally, they are a CLASS-IV system and must be run in an interlocked room where the laser shuts off if the door is opened. Obviously, goggles are required (a key switch to operate it is also legally required).
Furthermore, the fumes generated by this thing are no bueno in an enclosed space, especially wood (CO & Formaldehyde) and acrylic (MMA).
Anyway, be careful with these things.
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