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OLi

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"My" beloved 200W laser cutter that I saved from the scrapheap http://wiki.makerslink.se/Lasersk%C3%A4rare_BSL

will be exposed to rock blasting vibration for a few weeks when they build a garage basement across the street.
Anybody seen any limits for such vibrations? It still is a glass vacuum tube inside.

Transporter half dropped it from the truck when it arrived as it was 1200Kg so I think it will survive but it would be sad if something happened. It is at the local Makerspace so we will have problems to replace it.

Do you know how much plumbing it is in a thing like that? It took me a year to make it stop the habit to pee on the floor and it got like 80VDC 200Amps nearby.


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