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At atlasnova.com It wont let me get in to se their high spec lasers. * *How are there quality. *also how do you det their password thing?

[edit]Sorry I was being retarded It says to call their number. "please call between 8 and 3" Nooooo!!! [/edit]


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Default Re: atlasnova * high spec lasers

Can any1 give me the password??
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Default Re: atlasnova   high spec lasers

There is no High Spec lasers page. However, the guy at Atlas Nova is a cool guy to talk to, so give him a call. He'll explain it to you.

Their "astronomy grade" laser is actually very impressive, one of the best deals out there. It's quite a bit more laser than what is described on the web page. Mine arrived at 43mw, and I understand that is pretty much the average for those units. I tweaked the alignment by turning the diode and got it up to 67mw (50-55 average). No pot mod or resistor swaps. Had it over a year and it still runs perfect.
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Default Re: atlasnova * high spec lasers

I got a stock 40.6mW unit. *Stable, high quality laser. *Arnold tests every laser before shipping and his service is second to none. *Companies like NOVA (also excellent) had to have taken customer service lessons from Atlasnova.

However, to purchase one you gotta be over 18 and have a good reason to buy one. * Since these are class IIIb units, he won't just sell one to anyone.

His units are mostly 50mW and under. This is not the place to go for a serious burning unit.

Bottom line: Great product, great service, strongly recommended if you need a mid-powered laser.
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Sounds interesing..

How are his prices for a 40-50 mw...

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From what I understand, 20-40mW is actually the normal range. I ordered two >30mWs when they were on sale for $80 a while back and got two ~35mW units. They're quite pricey for the power, but are my most trust/reliable/highest quality pen-size lasers.
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Arnold is a great guy, Atlasnova is A+ in my book, second only to Optotronic's Jack IMHO.
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