I had a friend call me today about a laser job he needed to get done.
It seems their laser “blew up” and started spewing water. They tried
to get some warrantee work on it only to discover the company that
manufactured it is no longer in business.
What ever laser you decide to get, make sure the company is sound
and won’t leave you holding the bag if things go south.
I use a Laser Star 7000 series and I couldn’t be happier. The
customer service is top shelf as is the machine itself. True, the
deionized water is a bit on the expensive side, but they gave me info
on how to find alternatives locally, specifically at Whole Foods. I
still use their DI water, though. Not worth the risk to try to save a
few nickels, imho.
With a laser, just like a rolling mill or any other tool you buy,
you get what you pay for.