5 months ago we purchased a amada fo 3015 and its been hell there was dust on the lense the first day it was ran the technician said to keep a eye on it but after a week it was getting worse so they were called back out they said it was fine then a week later the dust was back its clearly metallic as it reflects so amada came back out cleaned it again then 3 weeks past all fine then dust was once again present we persisted as we had taken on orders then the lens blow the were back out to clean then two days later the lens blow again and back out they came then 3 weeks the laser was cutting effortlessly 12s/s 15mm m/s then the dust was back only a little so we said we would keep a eye on it the next day the lens blow they arte coming out tomorrow to replace the bellows but admitted they weren't shore were the dust was coming from does any one on here have any pointers to help resolve the issue really losing the will with this machine
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