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Default FS: Radial finned heatsink + AixiZ $25 shipped

25x75mm (diameterxlength), radial fins. Aluminium.*Fitted with full length AixiZ module and case. *6mm countersunk wire through-hole. *$25 shipped anywhere 4-10 working days. *I can make these different lengths, diameters, fin spacing/dept/pitch etc and also in square cross section though no fins generally as it would be a bit strange looking *

The module is a sliding fit - you slide it out and do what you need then put it back with a little heat transfer compound if you wish and lock it down with the set screw.




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Default Re: FS: Radial finned heatsink + AixiZ $35 shipped

Thats nice, be good for the modules im selling.





I point people your way if they ask. and will the people that have bought modules from me get a little disc if they buy a heatsink from you? ;D



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How do I get the diode into place?
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The module is a sliding fit - you slide it out and do what you need then put it back and lock it down with the set screw.
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Default Re: FS: Radial finned heatsink + AixiZ $35 shipped

do you think you could make one that can hold a 9v battery in the back inside of the cylinder. It would probably have to be bigger but it would make a blu-ray with a rckstr more portable.
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do you think you could make one that can hold a 9v battery in the back inside of the cylinder. It would probably have to be bigger but it would make a blu-ray with a rckstr more portable.
Yes I could. No problem.
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can you snap a shot of the heat sink with no module in it?

and have you thought of a way to fit a switch in it?
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do you think you could make one that can hold a 9v battery in the back inside of the cylinder. It would probably have to be bigger but it would make a blu-ray with a rckstr more portable.
Yes I could. No problem. Would use a a higher diameter though.
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Iohutom you just need to buy that, then put the module i send you into it, slides right in, and it has the hole at the rear for the wires to come out, so you can connect it to a battery source.




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can you snap a shot of the heat sink with no module in it?

and have you thought of a way to fit a switch in it?
Well, you could put a clickly most any place - perhaps in the rear. Otherwise perhaps a momentary near the front somewhere. Providing just the sink is one thing but if you want additional items such as fitted switches etc then thats a bit more elaborate.
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Iohutom you just need to buy that, then put the module i send you into it, slides right in, and it has the hole at the rear for the wires to come out, so you can connect it to a battery source.




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ya, Im thinking about that, but I cant get it all the way through, I will need a switch, a battery case. and a way to hold'em together w/o swinging around yet good looking.
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why dont youjust buy that heatsink and put my module into it and find a host that has a battery holder and a switch already, so all you have to do is put the module heatsink init.





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[quote author=BluRay link=1225167928/0#8 date=1225269021]Iohutom you just need to buy that, then put the module i send you into it, slides right in, and it has the hole at the rear for the wires to come out, so you can connect it to a battery source.




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ya, Im thinking about that, but I cant get it all the way through, I will need a switch, a battery case. and a way to hold'em together w/o swinging around yet good looking.[/quote]
9V batteries are never paricularly easy to mount elegantly in a cylindrical housing - but let me know if you want something custom to take care of it.
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not trying to undercut you, but those are circumferential fins. Radial would be this.

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Heh, yes your right of course Thanks for the bump
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lol no problem.
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