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    Default 30k scanner help

    got some new 30k scanners, the manual is here -

    www.laser-man.co.uk/test/Z30galvos.pdf

    you can see from the below pic that the 30k is tiny compaired to my dt40's.

    i have tried unplugging ground from x and y but it makes no difference. my dt40's might be slighter larger than normal as bill has tunned them. but the 30ks are so small.

    any help?

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    Can you measure the actual angle of projection.

    I'm no tuning expert, but you might need to increase the gain a bit. Are you running differential inputs?

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    at a rough measure something like 15-20 degrees

    no idea if im running differential inputs? ive got an original fb3
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    If you are meaning the Z30 scanners as in the laserpic ones, I believe they have differential inputs..

    If you are running these with a FB3 without the differential output board, you will need to double the input scale
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    yes the z30's.

    well i have an original fb3 so i dont think its differential.

    how do i double the input scale? tweak the pots on the scanner amps?
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    yeh, you need to tweak the input size pot
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    which one each amp has two vr1 and vr6??

    thakns for your help dave
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    Probably best that you speak to laserpic.. I'm not overly familiar with these scanners TBH
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    just spoke to laserpic

    vr1 in size
    and vr6 is input scale which one should i adjust size?
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    I believe you should adjust input scale

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