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    Default SP Chroma 10 whitelight gasser + Beam table

    Up for grabs is a very sexy Spectra Physics Chroma 10 mixed gas laser and Beam Table..
    I'm selling this on behalf of a friend, so I'll answer as many questions as I can, any I can't answer, I'll find out... All I can say is it was bought and is currently owned by a very reputable laser co here in the UK...
    The laser is fully functional and doing 8 watts at the moment, however before it goes to its new home it will have a major clean of the optics and re-alignment, then it should do around 10 watts of white light.. The laser has 2000 hrs on the meter...
    This laser requires 60 amp, 3 phase power and no transformer is required. It also needs water cooling, I think something around 8 gallons per minute. Water pipes/pump and 3 phase cable will be supplied (around 15 - 20 Mtrs) The laser, PSU etc is fully flightcased...
    The beam table is practically new and built with German Beam Profile metal work (very adjustable)
    Consists of CT 6215 X,Y scanners with MediaLas drive cards (+spare drive card)
    AA PCAOM 8 channel with remote (for setting up quickly), fibre launcher and MM1 beam posts for alignment...
    Prices:
    Laser 6000 or best offer
    Beam Table: 5000 or best offer
    Let me know if you have any questions and I'll do my best to get you a quick answer..
    Here are a few pics, I'll try and get some more if required...
    Cheers
    Mark
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    Woah Mark - I just got gas laser wood.
    Sexy beast (the laser not you...well Im sure you are but ya not my type)

    Rob
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    It is a very sexy laser, I have worked with them in the past and they are beautiful...

    If I had the space and the work to warrant it, I'd have it myself... But, no space and no spare cash Dammit!!!!

    Here are a couple of pics of a pair of em in action, unfortunately all these pics show cyan, but hey, look how bright they are... ummmm,,,,,

    Mark
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    boing!
    I like it - I like it alot

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    Aaaahhhhh...
    I really wanna buy this just for the name of it.
    - 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
    Aaaahhhhh...
    I really wanna buy this just for the name of it.
    G T F O O H
    nobby

    Rob
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    Hey Mark

    Consists of CT 6215 X,Y scanners with MediaLas drive cards (+spare drive card)
    Those scanners are CT 6210 not CT 6215 (looks like the standard MediaLas set)

    Troy
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    Etherdream + LSX

    Old Projector Build


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    @ Dan... Dunno if SP ran the figures through Chroma , but whatever they did, they did it right.. The colours these things chuck out are so vivid.... Drool....

    @ Troy, thanks for the info, I'll double check and ammend...

    @ Jim, go on, you know you want it, but I can't accept kidneys, lungs etc as currency before you ask, even though a new liver and lungs are probably just what I need

    Mark

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