Hey, yes these are marginally better than the SP20's, mainly because they use ball bearings, not sleeve bearings like the latest scanpro's (The SP20's used to use ball bearings). The Sp20's are great for the price, however, but DT25's are great if you need better graphics accuracy
[quote author=Things link=1240220735/0#4 date=1240264950]Yes, that is the tuning direct from the manufacturer. It is just a tiny bit off, but I aint gonna bother trying to tune them when they are already so close
Things, if you need to retune them, it's rather easy. Instead of having High Frequency Damping, Low Frequency Damping and Servo Gain, all the DT-25 amp has is Low Frequency Damping and Servo Gain. Which makes tuning very easy. Also, just about every set I've gone through was pre-tuned to 20K from the factory. When I sell them I retune them for 25K, like I said though, it's very easy to retune these. The important thing is to have a DAC that can properly output the ILDA test pattern at the speed desired.[/quote]
Hey DZ, well maybe it's a good idea I tweak them up a bit while I have this Moncha DAC Thanks for the help
^How's the divergence on that thing? I just finished a scanner using a 150mW module from newstarlaser and love almost everything about the module. It stays at TEM00 under modulation, it's consistently over spec, and it looks great. the only thing I think could be better is the divergence. It's about 2 mrad.. The laser is powerful enough that it still looks great even though it has somewhat bad divergence, but I've been curious about laser century..