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    Default Another KTP laserscope to be parted.

    Joining the cool kids club and parting out my laserscope.

    Everything was working except the proteus 5 years ago when I last fired it up. If I remember correctly, I put a new flow tube in back then also. Has been stored in a temp controlled environment since.

    I would like to get:

    $200 for the ALE plus shipping

    $125 for the q-switch driver + shipping.

    $75 for the power supply + shipping.

    On the head I am open to offers as is or I can take parts off.

    I have a set of lamp clips and rod seals. I know I paid a decent amount for them back then. I would take $50 for the set.

    Any other parts let me know.

    I am not afraid to talk about LS's. So, please post in this thread if you want Dibs on something. PM's can be a pain.

    thanks, -woody

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    Dibs on the rod seals/lamp clips. They will go to a good home, if its a 800 series. Will consider the ALE as well.
    I'm keeping my friend's LScope running, and I need parts.


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    Its a 700 series from Nov '89 with water to water heat exchanger. The cavity has the gold plated reflector. The rod seals and clips are from Cascade laser Corp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by logsquared View Post
    Its a 700 series from Nov '89 with water to water heat exchanger. The cavity has the gold plated reflector. The rod seals and clips are from Cascade laser Corp.
    Ouch... Is it a 4.95 mm rod by any chance? That might save the seals and clips. How does the cavity look?

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    I'll have a look tomorrow.

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    I'll take the ALE…

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    The rod measures .156 =3/32 =~4mm. The distance between holders is 2.865 inches. The part number on the seals from Cascade is: ORT4MM

    The gold cavity is really good. The laser had less than 500hrs on it.

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    After opening up the cavity I could see I definitely put in a new rod flow tube and rod seals. The lamp flow tube is not bad. The lamp clips are greenish.

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    Here is the power supply and q-sw driver.

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    How much you want for the optical deck? (I don't need the pump cavity, just the cavity optics and the aluminum base they mount on.)

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    So, just the cavity mirrors and mounts and base? No KTP oven, q-switch, resonator brick, rod, or lamp.

    I would remove the parts circled in red and leave the parts circled in green.
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