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Question: When will 100W or 130W lasers be available for the vertical laser system? What will be the price point? Ballpark figures at least, please.

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100W and 130W lasers and power supplies can be equipped now, but we will have to special order them. Price point for the 100W will be estimated $150-$200 more than the 80W, and 130W $250-$300 more.

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