Drains on Laser Tables

September 3, 2008 at 9:35 am | | hardware

If I may make a humble suggestion, how about some sort of system for conveniently removing liquids (and maybe small screws, ball bearings, and our LBO crystal) from the bottomless pit that is a laser table?


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  1. no. you’re screwed.

    Comment by sam — September 3, 2008 #

  2. (pinch tissue. roll. insert. repeat)x1000

    for screws, use a magnetized wand from home depot.

    for xtals, turn the table upside down and shake vigorously until it falls out.

    Comment by Bob — September 3, 2008 #

  3. Nice picture

    Comment by Adam — September 3, 2008 #

  4. ha!

    Comment by sam — September 3, 2008 #

  5. for liquids: use a Pasteur pipette or a q-tip.

    for screws: use a magnet from autozone or home depot.

    for crystals: you are screwed!

    Comment by dick — September 3, 2008 #

  6. Our laser table does not have closed holes.

    When we had a cooling line blow and run open all over our table for 2 days, it took over a week for all the water to drip out through the seems in the construction.

    Comment by Kendall — September 3, 2008 #

  7. LMAO!!! I want to see a video for #3

    Comment by psi*psi — September 3, 2008 #

  8. We don’t allow liquids near the laser tables. Of course, it helps if you don’t need cooling lines.

    Comment by Tom — September 4, 2008 #

  9. immersion oil?

    Comment by dick — September 4, 2008 #

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