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Thread: Pangolin demonstrates 90K ILDA at Prolight & runs 3 shows simoultaneously

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    Default Pangolin demonstrates 90K ILDA at Prolight & runs 3 shows simoultaneously

    Pangolin have demonstrated 90K ILDA at Prolight & run 3 complex shows simultaneously on one set of scanners at 30 degrees without any flicker.

    Seen at the start of this video:


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    Allen do you work for pangolin or something.

    Bill said this
    Beyond this
    Quickshow that
    Pangolin this

    Head... Pangolin... Arse
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    Just spreading some interesting news Con. If it was EMS or Cambridge would have done the same.

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    I saw it in real yesterday, and yes that was impressive!

    Extreme scan speed, with large scan angle and mirrors sized to work with a true 3mm beam.

    The scanners inside are the Saturn 1 .

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    Thats nuts.. Whats the Price comparison of the Saturn 1 and the EMS8000's
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    I also spent a fair amount at Pangolin booth and had a demo of the scanners as well as the advanced DPS amp functionalities by Bill, these things are pretty amazing!

    On HB-Laser booth there was a nice side-by-side scanner comparison with major manufacturers actual hot products (CT, Eyemagic, Pangolin).
    From left to right : Eyemagic EMS-5100 (integrated amp), Pangolin 506, Pangolin Saturn, Eyemagic EMS-8000, CT-6210

    By the way, the whole baseplate was more than warm to the touch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MIIKKKLLLL View Post
    I saw it in real yesterday, and yes that was impressive!

    Extreme scan speed, with large scan angle and mirrors sized to work with a true 3mm beam.

    The scanners inside are the Saturn 1 .

    Hate to dissapoint you, but I thought these are the low cost compact 506.

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    Nice. ..but I'll be more impressed when they're avail. to be scanning in *our* pj's and kicking-butt with ie: One Client's 4000-point logo (..that they will *not* allow to be 'simplified' any-further...) cuz who want's to drag 2x pj's out just to make One logo look great?? ..So, they can't come soon-enough..

    ..Also-impressive was that *white* from the RGB (Hungarians) box!.. Pure Ice! ..the HB beam-shizzler was cool, too..

    Quote Originally Posted by sbk View Post
    ...On HB-Laser booth there was a nice side-by-side scanner comparison with major manufacturers actual ....
    Neat-o.. What was your 'subjective' opinion on the results you saw from each? Curious..

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    ....and armed only with his trusty 21 Zorgawatt KTiOPO4...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsli_jon View Post

    Neat-o.. What was your 'subjective' opinion on the results you saw from each? Curious..

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    Some initial thoughts was that the Scannermax galvo size is really small, and it's a nice surprise to see scanners running without external amp.

    About the performance it was difficult to judge anything as they all did similarly sharp graphics. Just the Eyemagic 5100 was running at a smaller angle as their performance is a bit lower.

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