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Re: Collimating A Laser Collimator

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Posted by Keith/">Keith on February 14, 1999 10:26:33 UTC

: Anyone know good tricks to use to verify the beam is actually coming straight out the laser unit? Having trouble with a new one I got, well - made actually. Is easy to adjust, but I'm finding it hard to figure a good way to verify beam is on-line with mechanical axis. Pretty useless until its right! Appreciate any ideas...

Try this link and look under calibration http://kencar.simplenet.com/laser.htm

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