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  1. Looking for a Universal Laser Rotary Attachment 32"

    Hi, I posted in Classifieds but thought I might get a better response here. Moderators, remove if needed. Just trying to find a rotary attachment that will fit my Universal PLS6.150D 32" bed that...
  2. Looking for a Universal Laser Rotary Attachment 32"

    Hi, I am looking for a ULS rotary attachment that will fit a PLS6.150D, 18"x32" bed size.
    Feel free to email me at paul@johncurtisdesign.com
    Thanks
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    Bert, I think what Mike is trying to say is that...

    Bert, I think what Mike is trying to say is that RF tubes typically change power a bit when new and "settle in" to their specified power rating. My first ULS was a dual 60 watt machine and when the...
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    Once again I will advocate for the subscription...

    Once again I will advocate for the subscription service and paste my recent response.
    I've been using the subscription service since 2016, $198 per year comes out to $16.50 per month for the latest...
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    Trevor, In my few dealings with buying from China...

    Trevor, In my few dealings with buying from China and or communication with people, be patient, they often times have national holidays that they take off for, they seem to have a different attitude...
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    I've been using the subscription service since...

    I've been using the subscription service since 2016, $198 per year comes out to $16.50 per month for the latest version with free tech support, free automatic updates as they become available...
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    There are some good industrial clear coats out...

    There are some good industrial clear coats out there, I've had great longevity out of Cerakote Clear, expensive but when you just need to know it's going to last it's worth it....
  8. Actually Kev, if you do a search for Gravograph...

    Actually Kev, if you do a search for Gravograph I've been pretty vocal about my experience with them when I had an IS8000, my local rep sold me a machine with the promise of a free software upgrade...
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    Then the way I would typically do it is to find...

    Then the way I would typically do it is to find the closest match for the fonts and just lay it out in Corel to come as close as possible. There are countless font websites that can help you match....
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    I just layed it out in Corel, just takes a few...

    I just layed it out in Corel, just takes a few minutes if you know your way around it.
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    Hi Jamie, while real wood looks nice it can be a...

    Hi Jamie, while real wood looks nice it can be a bit of work to seal and then they are pretty fragile, I've had success with using wood grained laminate such as Wilsonart. It looks good and has a...
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    Hi Ruvane, try contacting Evergreen laser,...

    Hi Ruvane, try contacting Evergreen laser, several people have had good success with them including myself. Be aware that if they don't do an exchange for you it may take a couple weeks to repair....
  13. Same here, Evergreen still comes highly rated,...

    Same here, Evergreen still comes highly rated, they are even Dave Sheldrake approved! Unfortunately there is no such thing as cheap and quick.
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    FWIW, I've had good success with taking an ogee...

    FWIW, I've had good success with taking an ogee or roundover bit and removing the bearing, then grinding off the stud so you have a flat bottom, then trick the software into thinking it's a 1/2"...
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    Try Evergreen Laser, I would at least call them...

    Try Evergreen Laser, I would at least call them and find out if they can repair or replace it for you, I would guess they are your best/cheapest option.
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    Wow, that's some beautiful work! Reminded me of...

    Wow, that's some beautiful work! Reminded me of this thread from a few years back. Joseph, if you're still active on this forum we would love to see some of your more recent work!...
  17. Found it thanks, interesting that the consensus...

    Found it thanks, interesting that the consensus seems to be the the GlowForge is still a success as it was able to contain the fire and not burn the house down, GF wins again!
  18. Strange, I tried finding the thread on GF forum...

    Strange, I tried finding the thread on GF forum but couldn't find it. It's definitely interesting to see all the issues they're having though, like several people on their 3rd and even 4th machine...
  19. Kevin, there's often too much emotion in our...

    Kevin, there's often too much emotion in our opinions and you are definitely the voice of reason here, thank you!
    Philip, good info, thanks for your input.
    Dave, you have done much to help and...
  20. Mike, I think that's a good assessment, thanks....

    Mike, I think that's a good assessment, thanks. My concern is that the Iradion tubes are marketed as being longer lasting at least as far as gas leaks are concerned, (see Steve's post #60) and have...
  21. Dave, thanks for educating us! It is a bit...

    Dave, thanks for educating us! It is a bit disappointing to find out that it's all marketing hype, after watching the Trotec video one would think this is meant to revolutionize the industry but it...
  22. The design makes sense in theory, that metal...

    The design makes sense in theory, that metal tubes tend to leak through the welds and therefor reducing the number of potential leak points with ceramic should equal less leaks. We don't know for...
  23. Steve, yeah it's really strange because the whole...

    Steve, yeah it's really strange because the whole marketing thing is that it's not supposed to leak! Evergreen said that there is a valve that is used to fill the gas through and that is likely where...
  24. Just talked to Evergreen Laser, turns out they do...

    Just talked to Evergreen Laser, turns out they do repair Iradion lasers, they said they have seen about a dozen and most just needed a gas recharge, this is really interesting news as we have all...
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    With Corel being the standard supported software...

    With Corel being the standard supported software for Universal Lasers, I purchased the subscription service instead of the stand alone discs, $198 per year comes out to $16.50 per month for the...
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