It really wasn’t a viable option in my opinion. Chris, contact your rep and get all the facts directly. I have a LaserPro Mercury 30 Watt laser. I assume you have the Laserpro already? This would mean buying a new power supply, as the 30 watt machine does not have the power for a 50 watt laser. LaserPro Explorer II problems Here is my story… My company is very small one man shop really … and we decided to get a laser for our prototyping, and to increase our product line into new areas.
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Such as if the replacement laser has a keyswitch. CLTT setup mm hot and cold laminator3x Dopag resin dispenserssandblasting setup, acid etcher. I assume you have the Laserpro already?
Laserpro Explorer II 30 watt laser upgrade?
LaserPro Explorer II problems Here is my story… My company is very small one man shop really … and explroer decided to get a laser for our prototyping, and to increase our product line edplorer new areas.
Other than that, I have worked the hell out of this machine cutting wood and acrylic, and engraving wood, acrylic and painted brass and aluminum. Photoshop works pretty well. Sponsored Forums Private Forums Authors. I have found that the other manufacturers reps do like to badmouth LaserPro, but they get pretty quiet when I tell them what I paid for the power, table size and all inclusive three year warranty I got.
I have read in many areas on Laserpro’s website that their lasers are easily upgradable but laaserpro find any more information on doing this. I have had a LaserPro Explorer 35 W for almost a year now, and have had none of the issues you describe. I have already eliminated any cabling, computer, and software issues.
My rep Jorlink in NC worked with me to locate the problem, even overnighting a main board to me, however I solved the problem myself tracing it to some faulty cabling from the autofocus probe.
Is it only one program which has the problems or is it any program? If you get a real quote let us know. I don’t know if this is a good strategy or not.
Is there any exchange value in the current laser?
You would probably have to move some minor parts from the old laser to new, and may have to do some minor harness change. Has anyone upgraded their laser before? Have you tried the other port?
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Do I purchase this upgrade directly from LaserPro? Check your firmware version on the laser. All times are GMT Vicky “If lasedpro first you don’t lasfrpro, skydiving isn’t for you. Jorlink recorded the versions of driver and firmware and jorlink and laserpro filed to notice the versions were out of date.
If the problem follows the file then look at the file for the problem. Join Date Jan Posts 2. My Laser Pro rep has come by several times, to change out the firmware, and try other fixes, and says that the next step is to replace the main board.
Coreldraw seems to be the program they test the machine with because I seen to not have problems with corel. I have a LaserPro Mercury 30 Watt laser. I have had intermintant problems but I think are pinning them down to a driver issue. It really wasn’t a viable option in my opinion. This would mean buying a new power supply, as the 30 watt machine does not have the power for a 50 watt laser.
The machine suddenly lost power, turned out it needed a beam alignment. Mine also would fail to shut off on the return but I traced it down to a hidden line in the drawing. Since the problem was fixed with a newer version of firmware, tech support MUST have been aware of the problem in order for it to have been fixed.