Know the Difference | Opex Fiber Laser F-Theta Lenses

Opex vs Standard Fiber Laser Lens – Which theta lens should you buy?
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Its ALWAYS best to buy NATIVE lenses for your system BUT if you’re stuck with a standard and needed Opex you can try the M85 – M85 adapter:

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Hey everyone!

There are two very common fiber laser f-theta lens types on the market and in this video I’m going to teach you all about how to differentiate between the two! Don’t worry – we’ll go through everything step by step. I’ll show you how to tell the difference, which lens to buy and which lens you should use with your 20w, 30w or 50w laser marking machine. Thanks for watching!

0:00 – Intro – Overview
0:58 – Standard VS Opex Theta Lenses
3:32 – Standard Lens Overview
3:43 – Opex Lens Overview
3:57 – Get Help
4:21 – What size lens should you buy?
6:00 – Outro – Supporting the Channel

WARNING: Do your own research before purchasing your machine. I have done extensive research before making my purchases and spoken at length with the manufacturers before placing my order to be absolutely sure what I was getting could be imported, would work with my electrical setup and performed the tasks I wanted to perform.

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