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Old 11-26-2008, 03:30 AM #1
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I'm looking for 3 leadlight cases shipped to Canada. The button and plastic "support cage" is a must. Whole leadlights(532nm is prefered) will also be considered...

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Default Re: WTB: Leadlight cases

I'm sure a lot of ppl are interested in just the cases. I know I am.

Just a suggestion, but maybe someone should start a GB concerning defect. Lead Light cases.
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Too bad Andy_con doesn't sell them anymore... Anyone else have a few leadlights/ leadlight cases? I'd really hate to buy a laser just to gut...
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Too bad Andy_con doesn't sell them anymore... Anyone else have a few leadlights/ leadlight cases? I'd really hate to buy a laser just to gut...

If you are going to be in this hobby, you need to get used to that idea. We quite often destroy one piece of electronics to use a single needed component out of it.

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[quote author=digital_blue link=1227673815/0#2 date=1227683975]Too bad Andy_con doesn't sell them anymore... Anyone else have a few leadlights/ leadlight cases? I'd really hate to buy a laser just to gut...

If you are going to be in this hobby, you need to get used to that idea. *We quite often destroy one piece of electronics to use a single needed component out of it.

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I learned alot about lasers when i was first getting into the hobby by gutting and destroying a commercial 1mW laser pointer...It helps

Also dont worry if you break a diode or 2...you aren't a real DIYer if you dont break a diode or 2(or 3 or 4 or 5 lol)
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[quote author=daguin link=1227673815/0#3 date=1227686916][quote author=digital_blue link=1227673815/0#2 date=1227683975]Too bad Andy_con doesn't sell them anymore... Anyone else have a few leadlights/ leadlight cases? I'd really hate to buy a laser just to gut...
If you are going to be in this hobby, you need to get used to that idea. *We quite often destroy one piece of electronics to use a single needed component out of it.
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Also dont worry if you break a diode or 2...you aren't a real DIYer if you dont break a diode or 2(or 3 or 4 or 5 lol)[/quote]


That's true. However, I was referring to things like buying a brand new blu-ray writer and tearing it apart just to get a couple of 5.6mm diodes out of it, or turning a perfectly good DNA sequencer into scrap metal, to get the argon laser out of it

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Default Re: WTB: Leadlight cases

The only "leadlight-like" lasers I've worked with requires complete destruction of the green module to disassemble. If I could get the green module in one piece and the case, I wouldn't mind so much...
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Default Re: WTB: Leadlight cases

This one looks like the Leadlight
http://cgi.ebay.com/Red-Laser-Pointe...3286.m20.l1116

The pic looks like 1/2" dia casing but the spec says 3/8" dia.

Need to double check with them, 3/8" dia is too small to fix the module you need 1/2" or 12.7mm dia casing.

http://www.jdhines.com/product/0188L...te_Barrel.html

Some stupid companies on eBay are using product pics that are not what they are selling. >
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I just spoke with Andy and he can no longer get them.

Anyone else know or can organize a group buy for them?
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This is what I am talking about: http://www.jdhines.com/product/0188L...te_Barrel.html


In fact it is some cheap normal red pointer, that is not even thick enough for a Aixiz module. I bought one a couple weeks ago and found out the hard way.
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Thanks for the heads up! I was looking at those not too long ago. I have the tendancy to buy more than one item at a time when trying new stuff. *Does the case split in the middle for the batt's or on the tail cap? I may still have use for them, but not with the limited space on a center split red :-/
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http://www.szwholesale.com/powerful-...e1ef57efe11e08

What about these?
The button is a little different though.
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What about these?
The button is a little different though.
This one looks interesting, I like the 12.9mm diameter.
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I like the look except the button area. I really like the sleak look that leadlight cases have... even though they can crack off real easy =p
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