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Mirror Alignment on a Mazak New Turbo X48

Mirror Alignment on a Mazak New Turbo X48

Friend of mine has a machine shop with one of these and asked if I could help him with it. I have worked on several different types of CO2 lasers but never a Mazak other than a simple Vacuum Leak. I only remember that Mazak was completely uncooperative in sharing any info at all. This was a complete turnoff to me. Amada, PRC, Fanuc all try to help and freely share information, but not Mazak (I would never even consider buying one for this reason).

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RE: Mirror Alignment on a Mazak New Turbo X48

What exact info do you need?

RE: Mirror Alignment on a Mazak New Turbo X48

I was hoping for a mirror tuning procedure, detailing what order the mirrors get tuned. the resonator looks a lot different than your straightforward rear mirror, output coupler with folds in between.

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