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    Laser Warning

    I have been inspired... to take a few pictures of the Spectrum scanning.


    30K at roughly 20 degrees (D=134 inches, W=47 inches)


    12K at 20 degrees


    and for grins, what I am watching the o-scope at
    20K at 25 degrees




    Quote Originally Posted by trwalters001 View Post
    Here's a scan angle calculator:

    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...ead.php?t=7086

    (1st post)

    Tim

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    looks like you have a little overshoot on both axes

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    Yea at those angles it does a bit. I did the math last night and brought it down to 8 degrees and it goes away. It is amazing how small 8 degrees is compared to 20 and 25...

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    Quote Originally Posted by allthatwhichis View Post
    I have been inspired... to take a few pictures of the Spectrum scanning.


    30K at roughly 20 degrees (D=134 inches, W=47 inches)


    12K at 20 degrees


    and for grins, what I am watching the o-scope at
    20K at 25 degrees






    ohh man those ilda paterns are sweet
    Do not look into laser with remaining eye
    Need laser repair contact me !!!!!!

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    Thumbs up Before this falls off the first page...

    I have to say, as a sort of update; without this projector purchase, I do not think I would have been able to make the 5 laser shows I have completed to date. I have had it 6 months tomorrow... or the next day, and have probably put about 400 hours on it. The only problem I have with it is trying to install a shutter, which they now offer as an optional component. I regret not asking about one; I assumed it came with one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allthatwhichis View Post
    The only problem I have with it is trying to install a shutter, which they now offer as an optional component. I regret not asking about one; I assumed it came with one.
    How much does the optional shutter kosts from Kvant?

    and does the Kvant got a scanner failsafe?

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    I am sure if the shutter is an option, you could just order the one they use and ask where they put it, then install it yourself. That is, if you feel comfortable doing the work

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    Talking last on the front page again...

    I am not sure the cost of the shutter, but I doubt it is that much; not sure on the failsafe either as mine doesn't. I got a couple of shutter options recently and have been trying to work up the nerve to solder a cable or three to install it... I might get the nerve up just after the warranty is out; give me a few months.


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    Tjee no failsafe, no shutter, thats a lot of money for a quality scanset and modules. And of course the service is excelent of kvant. Probably you pay for the name too. Hopefully they will ad some safetyfeatures in the near future

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    Lightbulb

    You can request a shutter but I thought it was a standard feature when I got mine and did not "request one".

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