- Jul 17, 2009
Call it what you want, I'm just calling it like I see it.Troll fail....:cryyy:
That is one Ophir head that was confirmed to be off.No... I'm referring to all findings on the Forum including our own
in shop tests of these OPHIR 20C Heads...
I'm definitely not discrediting a well known companies products..
What I am saying is that we have seen on the Forum and in our
shop, OPHIR surplus sensors off eBay that were up to ~10% off
I'm just saying... don't believe that the OPHIR sensor that you
may get is 100% accurate without verifying it.
You are very aware of this since you even tested that head for
that other member that found discrepancies between his LaserBee
2.5W USB and his OPHIR head...
It was later found that the problem was the OPHIR head reading
~9%-10% too high and was reported on the Forum..
If you have collected a statistically significant amount of data, by all means post it, and have it be independently verified.
Anything you (as a single person) come forward with cannot be counted as credible - that would be unscientific.
It was system donated to me with about 100 hours on it; basically new, but I suppose they had to be willing to donate it for some reason.Since you referred to the heads that you had reported on and recently
sold.... I know that you corrected your 1st post data to show that your
initial readings were OFF due to your brand new Coherent Cube Laser
being off by ~9%....:thinking:
These are only a couple data points, and do not prove anything. You know better, Jerry.I hope that data sums it up for you....
There is no proven systematic inaccuracy of Ophir heads. You are making the claim, it is up to you to prove it. What we do here is science, not smoke and mirrors.