Newb alert - Difference in spec LS3050 & LS3060

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Re: Newb alert - Difference in spec LS3050 & LS3060

Postby Tom » Wed Oct 14, 2015 8:41 am

:lol:

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Re: Newb alert - Difference in spec LS3050 & LS3060

Postby Huggy75 » Wed Oct 14, 2015 10:55 am

Tom wrote:Hi Huggy

The 6450 is a 35w machine
It runs software similar too lasercut
BUT if you've never had a laser before i would get some training

Tom


Thanks Tom.

Do you know if this machine can this machine be easily upgraded to a 60W?

*Apologies for the name confusion!.. ;)

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Re: Newb alert - Difference in spec LS3050 & LS3060

Postby Lightnin » Wed Oct 14, 2015 1:47 pm

HPC could tell you
if it has a removable side panel for a longer tube then it might be easy.
60w Tube and PSU I'd guess around £500 ex delivery . (for HPC customers)

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Re: Newb alert - Difference in spec LS3050 & LS3060

Postby llamalasers » Wed Oct 14, 2015 2:29 pm

Since the two 6450's listed on ebay are 35W and 60W I would safely assume, yes.
60W LS6840 & CW4000
started out with LS3040

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Re: Newb alert - Difference in spec LS3050 & LS3060

Postby Traynor26 » Sun Nov 08, 2015 4:41 pm

Hi Lee,

Have sent you a PM :-)
Relative Newbie, running Lasercut 5.3 on a LS3060 60w.......and a shiny LS1290 on its way


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