Hello from Caen (Normandy, France)

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Hello from Caen (Normandy, France)

Postby Bart » Tue Mar 18, 2014 8:33 pm

Hello,

Just a litlle post to say : "Hello"
I've received my LS6840 last week, but i don't use it for this time, but tomorrow, normally i try it !
Sorry for my English....

Best regards,

Bart

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Re: Hello from Caen (Normandy, France)

Postby Daven » Tue Mar 18, 2014 9:33 pm

Hi Bart - welcome.

Good luck with first time use :-)
Best
Dave
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Re: Hello from Caen (Normandy, France)

Postby PhillyDee » Wed Mar 19, 2014 12:29 pm

Welcome, do not worry about your English, I am a Geordie (from near Newcastle - check Wikipedia) and do not speak the same English as the rest of the people around here :D
http://www.tmbelectronics.com - Electronics, tools, hobby tools, power tools, and much more!

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Re: Hello from Caen (Normandy, France)

Postby Bart » Wed Mar 19, 2014 6:39 pm

Hello Daven, hello Phillydee,

Thanks for your reply.

Daven, i don't use my laser today. It's not easy to find some distilled water, but i hâve it ! I must connect/plug the chiller, and i have a question (an idiot question !) : i must plug outlet water (chiller) to inlet water (laser) ? Thanks.

PhillyDee, thanks, i like your humour :) , as say my wife : the mots important is to understand us !

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Re: Hello from Caen (Normandy, France)

Postby Daven » Wed Mar 19, 2014 6:58 pm

Bart wrote:: i must plug outlet water (chiller) to inlet water (laser) ?


Yes, make sure not to shock the tube with large temperature differences - it can crack it.

Hopefully you will be able to translate for PhillyDee :lol:

Best
Dave
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Re: Hello from Caen (Normandy, France)

Postby Spooky » Sat Mar 22, 2014 1:13 pm

Hi Bart,

Votre anglais est beaucoup mieux que mon français :) Le 6840 est une grande machine, j'ai eu un comme mon premier laser chinois.

Your English is much better than my French,The 6840 is a great machine, I had one as my first laser.

best wishes

Dave
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Re: Hello from Caen (Normandy, France)

Postby Bart » Tue Mar 25, 2014 4:07 pm

Hello Dave,

Thanks for your message.
I had cut some pieces of wood, a lot of smoke !!!!
Now, I try to understand what is "corner gap" (Cut through the depth of materials) and how it works.
Many thanks for you, but my english is not really good, but when i have some problems : "Google Translate is my friend"

Have a nice day.


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