Old 10-05-2009, 02:00 AM #17
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Default Re: my PHR-803T not as powerful as other ppl's seem to be

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You all have similar results with different amperage. I was wondering what voltage each of you are running your PHR-803T diodes at.


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It was the thinner case style as all my standard size cases are molded out of clear plastic, and trying to burn through that wouldn't make to much sense
I've burnt through clear cellophane with my 8x. Some things that are clear to our eyes are opaque to UV light.. Also, never underestimate the power of an 8x
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I've burnt through clear cellophane with my 8x. Some things that are clear to our eyes are opaque to UV light.. Also, never underestimate the power of an 8x
Same can be said for IR light. A CO2 laser running at like 10060nm will melt through glass like it's a CD case
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