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Thread: FS: America Laser 60b Argon 110v 60mw **works**

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    Default FS: America Laser 60b Argon 110v 60mw **works**

    Edit: opps, American Laser, not America

    Completely plug and play and extremely rare in working condition with control box.

    I simply have no use for this item anymore, was used on my test bench but now I have installed a series of quick connects to allow me to use my lexel 88 at will.

    Comes complete with power supply, head, control box and 2 fans
    60mw output
    You will need to install better fans to run this for more than 5 mins at max current. I have included an extra power wire to allow you to still cool the laser after you turn it off as the plug for the fans loses power after you turn the interlock off

    $350 OBO plus $50 ups ground to cont US. grab it before I throw it on ebay



    Last edited by dream beamz; 09-25-2007 at 16:34.

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    Nice wagon...
    Love, peace, and grease,

    allthat... aka: aaron@pangolin

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    I would love to get hands on that!! To bad it is a 115V
    We got 220 here where I live!

    Pangolin FB3 QS/LivePro/SMS2Laser
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    Bit late now but would of loved to get my hands on that PSU!
    Regards,

    Aidan

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    yep, my mom bought the radio flyer for my daughter

    Quote Originally Posted by allthatwhichis View Post
    Nice wagon...
    still got it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Aidan View Post
    Bit late now but would of loved to get my hands on that PSU!
    sorry man, sometimes I wished my large frames would work off 110v

    Quote Originally Posted by cruch View Post
    I would love to get hands on that!! To bad it is a 115V
    We got 220 here where I live!

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    60mw is a very small amount of power.
    600mw would be nice
    I hired an Italian guy to do my wires. Now they look like spaghetti!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruch View Post
    I would love to get hands on that!! To bad it is a 115V
    We got 220 here where I live!
    cruch-
    perhaps you might want a transformer.
    we use one to run the cubr and it will stepdown and up and has a circuit breaker.
    it gives us cleaner power than off the wall and cost us$149

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    Is that 488 or 488/514 multiline? I'll give ya 300 if you throw in the shipping (you said OBO)

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    ya know, i think its only got two lines in it due to the optics. I am not sure though. $325 shipped to your door. I gotta buy packaging materials

    Quote Originally Posted by steve-o View Post
    Is that 488 or 488/514 multiline? I'll give ya 300 if you throw in the shipping (you said OBO)

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    How many hours are on the tube and where are you located?
    I know how good fedex and ups are on shipping gas lasers.
    Ill pay the 350 shipped, not that im trying to haggle Steve-o but im in kinda a pinch for blue.
    so I don't want to step on toes and if he really wants it by no hard feelings and he can still make his offer
    Last edited by ltaudi1; 09-27-2007 at 05:22. Reason: Revision

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