Engraver lenses and mirrors

  • 22-Dec-2008 08:55 EST
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Laser Research Optics' CO2 Laser Engraver Lenses and Mirrors are mounted and ready to install into laser engraving systems including those from Epilog, Vytek, and Universal. The devices measure ¾ in O.D. and come in 1 ½ in, 2 in, 2 ½ in, 4 in, and 5 in focal lengths, with ½ in to 1 ½ in O.D. and other focal lengths up to 25 in available. Eliminating the need for removing lenses from mounts, ordering them separately, and reassembling them, these direct OEM replacement lens assemblies reduce downtime.
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