If it works ok on the other machine then the problem is with your machine. Has anyone upgraded their laser before? Is there any exchange value in the current laser? Have you tried the other port? If you have a Synrad tube I’d say you will probably have to stay with Synrad for the upgrade or you may find mechanical complications. A At the end of a job, the laser does not shut off as it returns to the home position, scoring the material, B At end of job, head does not return to home position, C System does not always go into standby mode.
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Laserpro Explorer II 30 watt laser upgrade? My rep Jorlink in NC worked with me to locate the problem, even overnighting a main board to me, however I solved the problem myself tracing it to some faulty cabling from the autofocus probe.
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Maybe the rep can have your file run on another machine. Chris, contact your rep and get all the facts directly. Find out before upgrading if the installed power supply will cope with a more powerful laseralso determine if the motherboard will support that brand of tubeExplorers came with synrads and Deos sourcesyou might have to upgrade within the family of tubes it came out with.
The only way I would upgrade is if I explorr buy the 50 watt surplus or on eBay and do the retrofit myself. In my case the resplacement of firmware on the laser and a new driver DV 3. I wish I had found this list before I bought my laser…. If the new tube is water cooled you may be able to add fans and keep it air cooled. Has anyone upgraded their laser before?
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Try looking in the wire frame mode if lqserpro use Corel draw. If your file is not proprietary, maybe you can send it to somebody with the same machine to test.
Back 7 years ago I asked the same question before buying my 30 watt Mercury. Is it only one program which has edplorer problems or is it any program? Photoshop works pretty well. This would mean buying a new power supply, as the 30 watt machine does not have the power for a 50 watt laser. Is there any exchange value in the current laser? A At the end of a job, the laser does not shut off as it returns to the home position, scoring the material, B At end of job, head does not return to home position, C System does not always go into standby mode.
If the problem follows the file then look at the file for the problem. You would probably have to move some minor parts from the old laser to new, and may have to do some minor harness change.
Check your firmware version on the explorrer. Coreldraw seems to be the program they test the machine with because I seen to not have problems with corel. If you have a Synrad tube I’d say you will probably have to stay with Synrad for the upgrade or you may find mechanical complications.
When I first got my laserpro a year ago, I lasfrpro similar problems. I would certainly keep the old tube as a spare. My Laser Pro rep has come by several times, to change out the firmware, and try other fixes, and says that the next step is to replace the main board. If not they will still give you the info. In that year, I have only had two issues.
All times are GMT I have found that the other manufacturers reps do like to badmouth LaserPro, but they get pretty quiet when I tell them what I paid for the power, table size and all inclusive three year warranty I got. Such as if the replacement laser has a keyswitch.