The Dynamic multi-axled laser turret or D-MAL turret is a very complex and powerful weapon system. The D-MAL is categorized as laser weapon but it is actually a beam type weapon, The D-MAL fires a Inertial fusion beam. the beam is made using Inertial fusion reactors. In the fusion reactor a fusion releases a burst of fusion-energy in the form of high-energy neutrons (about 80 percent of the energy), X-rays, and energetic ions, this then goes through a catalyst accelerator and a wide range of focusing crystals, the beam is then send through shafts into the turret mount, an altering superbolic crystal is centered in the turrets sphere, this crystal is controlled by the targeting computer to focus the beam through the ten outputs at any given time. focusing lenses on the ten outputs focus the beam to the target.
Effectiveness and Use
D-MAL Laser turrets are found on all classes of ship, and also on small planes, The lasers are triple p (PPP) pin point precision weapons and can also be used as shield drainers. They can be found in arrays of six on the side of a navy vessel or at the tip or back of a plane were they can cover the flanks and also fire forward or backward if necessary. D-MAL Laser turrets are almost always used as deference weapon yet can be used as offence weapon, the D-MAL laser basically is a long range weapon. Their job is essentially to destroy incoming targets but it can also be used as massive strike weapon, in which a array of 24 lasses can shoot a barrage of thousands of beams at a shielded target basically blinding and draining the Shields very quickly. a turret can also focus multiple beams at one point making it even more dangerous. The ball mount has multiple laser outputs, this makes the turret super efficient. A few of those turrets (hence way there placed in arrays of six) can easily take down vastly moving swarms of targets, be it drones or a barrages of projectiles.even missiles with special armor. The only weak spots of D-MAL is that it can overheat all the outputs in congested situations.