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    Laser Warning RGBV laser

    This is my first time building a laser!
    And it's a lot of work!!! But it's worth it!!!!
    I'm still working on the case. I've got to get my optic. plate in there next.
    djmatt


    Ok here the case finished...well for the most part. I wont finish it all untill the guts are in.
    The case weights in at a nice 53lbs!!

    djmatt
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    controls RGBV.jpg  

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    the tank.jpg  

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    Default From my point of view...............

    Although, it's not the technical view you're looking for, I think it looks great. Cat (MOM)

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    WOW! Nice start you got going there

    What are you going to do about the optical plate? Single plate with lasers and power on different sides, lasers and PSU's on the same side, or two different plates (one for each)?

    Also, which lasers are you planning on using?

    Glad to see you got a great start tight away... this thing just might be ready for a big debut at SELEM!

    --DDL

    P.S. I see the little April fool's joke you did there (|\|1C3LY D0N3 )

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    I suffer from the Dunning–Kruger effect... daily.

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    Kickass, Matt.

    Really looking good.

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    GREAT START matt, looks excellent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Now lets put some coherent photons in there and lase away!!!

    lookig forward to seeing this at SELEM!!!

    ( i WILL be going)

    -Marc
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    Nice 1st build!
    Is the framework welded?
    i cannot tell from the pic. or my eyeballs

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    Talking

    Quote Originally Posted by gottaluvlasers View Post
    GREAT START matt, looks excellent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Now lets put some coherent photons in there and lase away!!!

    lookig forward to seeing this at SELEM!!!

    ( i WILL be going)

    -Marc
    Thanks!
    Haha!!
    I hope to have it ready by then!!!
    djmatt

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    Quote Originally Posted by daedal View Post
    WOW! Nice start you got going there

    What are you going to do about the optical plate? Single plate with lasers and power on different sides, lasers and PSU's on the same side, or two different plates (one for each)?

    Also, which lasers are you planning on using?

    Glad to see you got a great start tight away... this thing just might be ready for a big debut at SELEM!

    --DDL

    P.S. I see the little April fool's joke you did there (|\|1C3LY D0N3 )

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    Ive got a 3/4in. plate coming thats going to be mid way, lasers on top, power,ect. on the under side.
    I hope to have it finished by then!!

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by Lasernerd View Post
    Nice 1st build!
    Is the framework welded?
    i cannot tell from the pic. or my eyeballs
    Most of it will be welded,I just have it tacked right now. But Ive got some surprizes instore.. I hope!!
    djmatt

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    Thumbs up

    Good deal!
    keep us updated with pictures,
    i like how this build has started

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