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    Default 9 pair of scanners in the test.

    Samtag we tested various scanners of CT through G120 to LW50K et cetera.

    Erg bites here: http://www.ilda.de/Scannertest/test.html

    Gudio, Xleave, Mackel, Powerpuetz, Nohoe and me from the laser freak were present.

    Diskusion in the forum:http://www.laserfreak.net/forum/view...p?f=11&t=45982

    In September or October follows test 2

    Greetings Gento

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    hi gento!

    this is a great page to help someone choose high performance scanners

    greetings from laserfreak french section

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    Thumbs up Thank you!

    Very nice!
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    Thanks for posting. Who tuned the scanners?

    It appears that the RayTrack 35k performed very well and the laserworld 50ks were shamed

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    Danke Gento!
    I have appreciate a lot your post.
    It gave me very clear point of view about scanners

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    Quote Originally Posted by drlava View Post
    Thanks for posting. Who tuned the scanners?

    It appears that the RayTrack 35k performed very well and the laserworld 50ks were shamed

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    The scanners were untuned. For the Laserworld 50K scanners it was the first use.
    Also the CS27K scanners.Only the Laserword CS150 Projectors, the Raytrack35 and the CT6800 were in Projectors.
    My CT's are not very well tuned, but i use them for beamshows only.
    It was great fun to test the scanners. It's sad that the ILDA testpictures look so poor,
    but we did't look at them when they were shot. In the next weeks i'll do some tuning on my CT's.

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    If the scanners were untuned, isn't it more of a test of the manufacturing tuning methods than the scanners themselves?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drlava View Post
    If the scanners were untuned, isn't it more of a test of the manufacturing tuning methods than the scanners themselves?
    I agree, It's not a fair test without a tune. BTW, My LW50K scanners make a great test pattern after a good tune.

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    i would like to see the same test after Bill gets a hold of the scanners...
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