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    Default Thanks for inviting

    HI folks, our Host Robert has invited me here from the mud of Wicked laser's forum.. Many thanks, Bob.
    I'm a co2 laser addict, i build them as my daytime job.
    Does anybody want some scars?
    Nick

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    Default Arg/Kry

    how about a 1 - 4 Watt white light tube?
    You are the only one that can make your dreams come true....and the only one that can stop them...A.M. Dietrich

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    Hi Nick--

    Welcome aboard..

    I hope your stay here is delightful
    "My signature has been taken, so Insert another here"
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    *^_^* aka PhiloUHF

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    Quote Originally Posted by MechEng3
    how about a 1 - 4 Watt white light tube?
    What do you intend for white light tube? co2 laser have a wavelength of 10600 nm, so they emit in the far infrared... my production starts from an air-cooled 14-18 W model to a 80 w water-cooled bimbo ( power supply also is of my own design )

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    Quote Originally Posted by marconi
    Hi Nick--

    Welcome aboard..

    I hope your stay here is delightful
    Thank you, Marconi ! Do you know that my office is 2 km from the place with Marconi made his very first experiments?

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    cool Nick ----

    He and Nikola Tesla are my hero's

    I have a long list of hero's from the past but those two rank at the top.
    "My signature has been taken, so Insert another here"
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    Welcome to the forums SL!

    I think mech was asking if you had the facilities to do argon/krypton gas fills.

    A bunch of us here are "visible photon junkies" though I have to admit co2 is a lot of fun.

    Can you provide pricing on a 20W co2 laser(or more depending on budget) and power supply from your company? Id be interested in seeing what we could arrange.

    I just found a couple uncoated znse lenses here. Really interesting to look at, far more fun to play with

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    I would like to know about AR/KR fill as well.

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