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Thread: dt40pro vs scanlsp-30

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    Question dt40pro vs scanlsp-30

    which have the highest quality,
    dt40pro or scanlsp-30?

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    I stopped selling scanpros becuase I had trouble with every set - have sold many times more DTs and not one problem/complaint from a customer. DTs also have 2 year warranty - even CTI don't match that.

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    +1 on the DT's. Very happy.

    The wide model of DT-40's is unreal!
    90+ degree scanning? Yes please!
    - There is no such word as "can't" -
    - 60% of the time it works every time -

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielbriggs View Post
    90+ degree scanning? Yes please!
    Perv!
    get back to harvesting blues or ya know what I will send round!

    Rob
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    Quote Originally Posted by stanwax View Post
    Perv!
    get back to harvesting blues or ya know what I will send round!

    Rob
    Not a clue.

    Harvesting blues? Done enough of that...
    I'm crying into a dead SSD at the mo
    - There is no such word as "can't" -
    - 60% of the time it works every time -

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    whats the input beam height on the dt40?

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    DT40s are superb but, scanlsp`s are not scanpro or scaneco`s. DT40pro`s are a lot more that scanlsp`s so you would expect better quality. Dave from Lasershowparts did rate them quite well when they first came out, as did many other members here.

    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...ead.php?t=8660

    Its down to how much you can spend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teknofon View Post
    whats the input beam height on the dt40?
    DTs use the lowest block height Ive seen - 19mm to the X mirror. If you come in from the other side (reversing the axes) its about 26mm

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    im not looking for speed
    im looking for a workhorse

    maybe some speed
    i currently have ct-6810s but i only get them up to 16k
    probably because of the large mirrors (9mm x 19mm)

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    how do i match the height with my spectra physics 168 or my alc-60

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