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LC1212 a11...1500watt need help!!

LC1212 a11...1500watt need help!!

LC1212 a11...1500watt need help!!

I am in the process of changing/cleaning the mirrors on my amada and was wondering about alignment...When i am done cleaning the mirrors and replacing the bad one's, how do i go about making sure the laser is hitting in the middle of the focal lens again.
Also, any tips or cautions while changing/cleaning these lenses will be greatly appreciated!!
So far the Z axis mirror and mirror number 2 were fine.
Mirror 3 + 4 and the 2 bend mirrors needed to be replaced
Before i go any farther i need advice from ya guys!!
Thank you for your time

RE: LC1212 a11...1500watt need help!!


Come on. That is a bit too in depth for a forum. You really want a play by play? It would take pages pages to write the steps. Where are you at. Maybe I know some one close by that can help you out.

RE: LC1212 a11...1500watt need help!!

Thats the thing is i do have a step by step on how to change them, but aligning them i dont, everything is on the internet now a days so i thought i would ask...I'll figure it out thank you for your time

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