Such as if the replacement laser has a keyswitch. If not they will still give you the info. Chris, contact your rep and get all the facts directly. Not sure how much it costs from from GCC but you might find a MeanWell electronics supplier that can sell you one. Find out before upgrading if the installed power supply will cope with a more powerful laser , also determine if the motherboard will support that brand of tube , Explorers came with synrads and Deos sources , you might have to upgrade within the family of tubes it came out with.
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I’ve been told that it’s a fairly simple process, since the tubes are in self-contained units – a simple swap-out.
I have a LaserPro Mercury 30 Watt laser. I wish I had found this list before I bought my laser….
I assume you have the Laserpro already? Any idea on the cost?
Engraving | LaserPro Explorer II problems
My company is very small one man shop really … and we decided to get a laser for our prototyping, and to increase our product line into new areas. Find out before upgrading if the installed power supply will cope with a more powerful laseralso determine if the motherboard will support that brand of tubeExplorers came with synrads and Deos sourcesyou might have to upgrade within the family of tubes it came out exploer.
If you have a Synrad tube I’d say you will probably have to stay with Synrad for the upgrade or you may find mechanical complications. Is it only one program which has the problems or is it any program?
If not they will still give you the info. I have read in many areas on Laserpro’s website that their lasers are easily upgradable but can’t find any more information on doing this. Vicky “If at first you don’t succeed, skydiving isn’t for you. Then they had me go to great links to to report the problem only to discover myself that the drivers were out of date with the lates on the laserprousa. You have to be able to do some work yourself and possibly have some tech assistance. You would probably have to move some minor parts from the old laser to new, and may have to do some minor harness change.
The machine suddenly lost power, turned out it needed a beam alignment.
I don’t know if this is a good strategy or not. If you hit start a second time, does it do the exact same random thing, or laserprk it do different random things? We did things that way and currently I have 6 x 30w lasers running and we put out a LOT more stuff than lets say3 x 60 watters would. I have already eliminated any cabling, computer, and software issues. This would mean buying a new power supply, as the laaerpro watt machine does not have the power for a 50 watt laser. All times are GMT Such as if the replacement laser has a keyswitch.
Maybe the rep can have your file run on another machine. In my case the resplacement of firmware exlporer the laser and a new driver DV 3.
Join Date Jan Posts lxserpro. A At the end of a job, the laser does not shut off as it returns to the home position, scoring the material, B At end of job, head does not return to home position, C System does not always go into standby mode.
LaserPro Explorer 2 E-100 Laser Engraver
Laserpro Explorer II 30 watt laser upgrade? My Laser Pro rep has come li several times, to change out the firmware, and try other fixes, and says that the next step is to replace the main board. When I first got my laserpro a year ago, I had similar problems. If you can, try the USB port. Not sure how much it costs from from GCC but you might find a MeanWell electronics supplier that can sell you one.
Results 1 to 5 of 5. Mine also would fail to shut off on the return but I traced it down to a hidden line in the drawing.
Back 7 years ago I asked the same question before buying my 30 watt Mercury.