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    Laser Warning Show off your Laser projector !

    Show off your Laser projector

    Well i start.
    here is mine RGB projector.







    300mW 473 LaserWave
    500mW 532 LaserWave
    400mW 637 Medialas
    450mW 660 Maxyz Moduls
    DT 40 Pro Galvo
    Medialas Usb Interface + Mamba black.
    Last edited by ExideGlow; 07-28-2009 at 11:19.

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    Here's mine:

    (I don't think I've updated my build thread yet. I've got a trillion photos to post)
    It's still a work in progress. Needs a few things still to do. (such as side panels!) And I should be getting 200mW of 473nm in a couple of weeks.

    300mW 532nm LaserWave
    250mW 660nm Homebrew PBS setup (Using brass LaserWave modules)
    DT25 Galvos (with large mirrors)
    Pangolin FB3-XE + LivePro

    I'd really like to get some 640nm in there to boost the red, and perhaps upgrade to the DT40's in the near future...

    Cheers,
    Dan
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    A little space here waiting for Mr Red number 2





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    I love the triangular projector design! That's veritably badass!

    -Jonathan

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    Some very nice projectors there.

    Daniel, I agree with Platinum, that case looks sexy.

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    http://files.getdropbox.com/u/203420/Scanner/index.html

    Is mine ATM. It has a "150mW" lasercentury green in it, which actually does over 230mW on startup. And a FB3

    Thats it for now, though hopefully gonna add a red soon.

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    Daniel

    where did u get that temperature meter thats in your case that thing is so cool
    Do not look into laser with remaining eye
    Need laser repair contact me !!!!!!

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    Cheers for all your comments

    I bought a couple of those meters, and currently have that one hooked up to the galvo amp heatsink, as that used to get a bit warm.

    They were a few quid off eBay from some Chinese seller: http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Digital-Thermo...d=p3286.c0.m14

    Cheers,
    Dan
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    Here is my build. The idea is that it is all self contained in its road case. I show up with my road case and a laptop. Plug in the USB cable and I'm done with set up.

    It has Cambrige 6800 scanners driven by a Turbo Track amp.
    I'm using a sound card DAC.
    I found a sweet little 16 channel board to convert USB to TTL so I can drive my GM20's for beam pickoffs for the Lumia and Machita gratting.

    I'm getting almost 300mw out of R, G & BR.

    All of the posts, stand offs, base plate are hand made as well as the heat sinks for the 650 & BR's .

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    cool lazerjock...very 007 of you!
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    Been there, done that, got the t-shirt & selling it in a garage sale.

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