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    you will need a driver board for your scanners. This unit only provides signals from the P/C for the driver to amplify and control scanners. This is the same unit we have and have great succes in usage. It also provides a blanking signal output.anlogue or TTL. You will need to check into scanner sets with the corrcet driver assembly. The 9024 scanner set would be a good combo. That will put you in business.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MechEng3
    you will need a driver board for your scanners. This unit only provides signals from the P/C for the driver to amplify and control scanners. This is the same unit we have and have great succes in usage. It also provides a blanking signal output.anlogue or TTL. You will need to check into scanner sets with the corrcet driver assembly. The 9024 scanner set would be a good combo. That will put you in business.
    as said in my startpost:

    Warning! n00b questions ahead!
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    Thanks for the info MechEng3! Very useful

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    Image courtesy of laserfx.com[/quote]woah, that awesome! Thanks kcar![/quote]

    No problem, always glad to help out.
    Responses always welcome...whether intelligent replies or smart answers

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    So I just emailed the guy from mylaserpage.de about the prices.

    This is what I got back:
    -EasyLase USB is 300 Euro incl. Powersupply, Cable and LDS-Demo DVD ( no Output ! )
    - Easylase incl. LDS Basic is 599 Euro ( see www.laserdesignstudio.com )
    -M6008 are 399 Euro
    -M9024 are 800 Euro
    Is that the normal price for galvo's because they are mioghty expensive
    In other words... anyone knows a cheaper alternative? (remember, I'm just starting out, so I do not have that much money to spend )

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    Hi,
    These are the standard prices, maybe cheaper for the M9024 (885 euros normally).
    I had the M6008, and now I have the M9024. Very good quality and performance!
    I have Easylase and Mamba 2004, I think Mamba is a great solution to begin with, you can do everything you want for only 99 euros...

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    Hey SBK:

    I thought you had the widemoves. What happened?

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    Spec : Yes I have the Widemove (=M9024, it's the same thing 8) )

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    i got a complete setup with laser\scanner\DAC\Software\ and cable

    I consider selling it :?

    It will be complete in a box ready to enjoy :twisted:

    I dont know the price, maybe 1200-1500EUR

    Ah yea with a 240mW green DPSS laser..

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