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"Waves" on my blue Laser


Gustavo Nilson

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11 minutes ago, PHOTOLABPART.COM said:

RESPECTED SIR 
PLEASE SWAP AOM WITH B OR G TO R AND TEST IT 
THANKS 

Frontier 330 (FujiFilm SLP800SC) has a 2-channel AOM driver (one unit for green and blue channels in one housing).
Where have you seen an AOM driver for the red channel?
Why are you making recommendations without having the proper level of expertise?

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5 hours ago, yustas said:

Frontier 330 (FujiFilm SLP800SC) has a 2-channel AOM driver (one unit for green and blue channels in one housing).
Where have you seen an AOM driver for the red channel?
Why are you making recommendations without having the proper level of expertise?

He always does this way. He always write what do not understand and very angry what someone say about it.

Advice is really smart. One post above is written that " red is direct modulation laser and no any AOM's or AOM drivers there" . He ignored all that and advised to change AOM driver, which is not in this minilab model.

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On 4/12/2024 at 6:46 PM, Minilab service said:

Where you see Blue? You have waves on Cyan. Cyan prints Red laser. It is direct modulation laser and no any AOM's or AOM drivers there. Probably Red laser is weak and it prints unstable. Need other Red lad laser head, or other laser unit.

Thanks for the answer, you said that the laser may be weak, is there a method on the machine to increase the laser power? I've already tried to exchange the laser with another machine but it doesn't accept it and keeps giving an "SOS detection failed" message. Do you know how to solve it or what could it be?

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SOS detection failed - doesn't work Green AOM driver, Green AOM crystal, Green laser head, or bad connections. 

Go to maintenance menu. Look Green laser head status. Check Green laser connections and AOM driver connections.

To increase Red laser head power need repair laser head, or change it. After laser head replacement, or removal need adjust laser position. Do not think, that you can do it yourself.

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