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I want to translate in FR to EN

I want to translate in FR to EN

I want to translate in FR to EN

(OP)


[Bonjour à tous!
J'ai un gros problème dans une machine a découpe laser Amada fo-3015 .. c'est que la lentille étais cassé, et il sorti de la poudre (jaune) et multiplié à travers le circuit!

je doit normalement nettoyer les miroirs extérieur et tout le circuit de fuseau laser ,n'est ce pas ... et est ce que je peux nettoyer tous seul

merci de me rependre dès plus tôt possible]

RE: I want to translate in FR to EN

I have a big problem in a Amada Laser Cutting Machine-3015 fo .. is that the lens was broken, and let out powder (yellow) that spread through the circuit!

I normally clean the exterior mirrors and the entire laser beam circuit ... can I clean everything by myself?

saludos.
a.

RE: I want to translate in FR to EN

I'm being generous for the OP here and doing his/her copying/pasting. After all, 'tis the season to be jolly... Can someone put these in French?

New post IRstuff

WTF, "yellow powder?" Seems to me that you need to identify the source and cause of this powder. This does not sound like a normal situation, and you may be exposing yourself and others to harmful/toxic materials.


New Post MacGyverS2000

I'll take a stab at it and say the "yellow powder" was a destroyed ZnSe lens. If that's the case, I see no problem with cleaning it up yourself... although if it's on the circuit boards, you need to be extra careful you do not break anything else while cleaning them.

New Post LASERNINJA

You guys are awesome.

Yes the yellow powder is from the focus lens. Technically, it's nasty stuff in large amounts, from what I understand. The circuit can only be the beam delivery system. Not actual circuit boards.

But getting back to the problem. The main reasons why a lens gets fried is a pre-focused beam (power density too high for the lens), cutting without assist / shield gas, and not having sufficient nozzle gap for the gas to flow.

So, really the guy has more problems than should be addressed here. At least that is my opinion.


Best to you,

Goober Dave

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RE: I want to translate in FR to EN

nidmus
A rough translation from a post by laserninja

Yes the yellow powder is from the focus lens. Technically, it's nasty stuff in large amounts, from what I understand. The circuit can only be the beam delivery system. Not actual circuit boards.

But getting back to the problem. The main reasons why a lens gets fried is a pre-focused beam (power density too high for the lens), cutting without assist / shield gas, and not having sufficient nozzle gap for the gas to flow.

Mais pour en revenir au problème. Les principales raisons pourquoi une lentille obtient frit est un faisceau pré-concentré (densité de puissance trop élevé pour la lentille), découpe sans aider / bouclier de gaz et n'ayant ne pas de distance de buse suffisante pour le gaz de circuler.

J'attends votre reponse
B.E.

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RE: I want to translate in FR to EN

(OP)
thank you all very much, you are really great

RE: I want to translate in FR to EN

So what type of powder is it?

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