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    Hi,

    What is it like galvo?

    whiteg

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    sems to be EXTRA WIDE wide angles - 980 euros ! but they can cover 160 degrees ............. according to this thread typically wide angles cover 90 degrees.

    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...ght=wide+angle

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    Their specs sound awesome but I cringe while reading this paragraph....

    "To find the best solution, we grounded a new international company with the best physicist, engineers and technicians. Invested lot of millions of money, to researching and developing to expand and increase the borders of technical infinities. We works the past time very hardly, to find new ways which not comparable with the others and now we can offer the first results. We would like to thanks to NASA for using the latest technology, newly developed high-tech materials and to help us in our hardly works."


    Hardly Works! I love that one!

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    And they use some very special mirrors

    15., Highest optical quality dicroetic shaped mirrors with protected surface.

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    website speed 80000pps
    Ebay speed 60000pps

    whiteg

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    Also website 980 euros , ebay buy it now 588 euros ....
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    For a multi national company that works for NASA and has invested millions in the design ..... seems strange that they have no address or telephone number just an email contact

    can anyone smell..... bullshit ?


    hopefully a spokesperson from the company will come on here and give us some more info and prove me wrong


    just noticed thier wonderfull Phantastic descriptions of the colour spectrum

    with phantastic colours - e.g.: cold white, deep blue, deep purple, lemon yellow, gold amber, deep violet, scarlet, pink, grass green, magenta, lavender, blue-green, salmon, fire, sky blue, moss green, mauve, king blue, apricot, rose, emerald, steel blue, etc, etc...... more than 16 million different colours.

    now is the "Deep Purple" with or without Richie blackmore ?
    and the "grass green" after a heavy rainfall or 2 weeks of scorching sun ?
    Lavender MMMmmmm i can smell it already
    Salmon ... i can smell that one as well ..... I think its off
    Fire ... is that a blue, .... white .... or red flickering flame ?
    King Blue .... thats one i have not heard before .... maybe a non brit sorta thing
    Rose .... what colour roses would you like


    all the best ..... Karl
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    I live in Hungary. I found a Hungarian company, they use this scanner.

    I think the scanergy and the gtlaser are same, or they have connection each other.
    I haven't good experience with gtlaser.

    Whiteg

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    Hello!
    GTLaser and Scanergy has the same President Tibor Groholy.
    Iīve seen the Scanners, but as I was there he couldnīt put a ILDA Testpicture on the scanners, so I only seen normal figures.
    Greetings,
    Phil

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    Here are some close-ups, as the website lacks them


    The rotors are housed inside brass tube, and are very thin, perhaps like 1mm OD. Mirrors are paper weight and paper thin
    Piotr.K
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails xlp-1.jpg  

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