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Old 05-05-2008, 03:37 PM   #1
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Default Where can I buy acrylic mirrors?

Currently I'm working on a DIY spirograph project. What I don't have I can easily find here in town, and the only thing I can't find anywhere is a good acrylic front surface mirror. I've been looking almost everywhere here in Sweden, but I just can't find any. If anyone here knows about a webshop that sells them relatively cheap and ship to Sweden, knows about a store here in Sweden that sells them (this means you, FireMyLaser :P) or micht consider selling me a bit of his own I'd be very thankful. The closest thing I've come to real mirrors is a replacement mirror for cars. I dont know anything about that, and in fact I'm just on my way to take a look at it. Will update after I get back.
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I get mine from ebay, my 8" square will last me ages. I know this one is Uk only but there must be sellers who post to Sweden.....
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I get my mirrors from hard drives. I'll take out the disks and cut them to the size I want with a dremel.

You now, I can't find any mirrors either. Just have to use the second best. :

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Well, the repair thingy was a failure. It probably was "the real deal", but just way too thin. It was easily bendable, and the sheets were already bent. Wouldn't want those in my spirograph ;D

@rog8811: Yeah, you'd think it is, but I have yet to find one that ships here :-/

@FireMyLaser: That's a pretty good idea! The only downside is that I don't have a Dremel :-/ And also, what is the thickness of a hard drive disk?
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@FireMyLaser: That's a pretty good idea! The only downside is that I don't have a Dremel :-/ And also, what is the thickness of a hard drive disk?
About the dremel, or "hobby machine" or whatever it's called can be found at lots of places. I got mine at Jula for 200kr (sweet deal) a year back and it's great. Any DIY:er should have one.

Thickness? IDK, maybe 1,5mm or so.
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Another way is get the mirros from a scanner. They are front and back surface mirros and the quality is the best as possible. Doubt ? :P
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@FireMyLaser: That's a pretty good idea! The only downside is that I don't have a Dremel :-/ And also, what is the thickness of a hard drive disk?
About the dremel, or "hobby machine" or whatever it's called can be found at lots of places. I got mine at Jula for 200kr (sweet deal) a year back and it's great. Any DIY:er should have one. *

Thickness? IDK, maybe 1,5mm or so. [/quote]
IIRC, my grandpa has one I can borrow *

Since we have a few disks just lying around at home this just might be the ideal thing for me.

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Another way is get the mirros from a scanner. They are *front and back surface mirros and the quality is the best as possible. Doubt ? *:P
I'm not doubting you, and it sounds like a really good method. It's just that my supply of unused scanners is a bit low for the moment *:-/
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DVD players and burners have dichro mirrors for the red an IR wavelength. If your scanner has only a red laser then you can use these. (see my other post)
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Yeah, but I don't think that would be so good for this project. Still a neat thing, though

@FireMyLaser: Exactly how did you use the dremel for cutting out round parts? I'm kinda new to this dremel thing, so I have almost no idea... ^_^'
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Sorry for my late reply, I was on a road trip to Göteborg yesterday.

Here's some things that I want to point out before doing anything:

Use safety glasses!
The cutting disk that you wanna use is very thin (preferably .4mm) and is very fragile. If the cutter shatters, things can go very wrong!
When you make a cut, hold the machine with you're right hand (if you're right handed) and the piece that you're gonna cut with your left hand.
Start the cut at the side of the piece closest to you and work you're way outwards to the other side of the piece in a straight line.
The cutter disk should (or must) be on top of the piece that you're cutting.
When you cut, apply pressure but not too much. If the machine stops when you apply the pressure, it's not powerful enough to do the job properly.
The metal that you're cutting will get hot, so don't rush it.

The hard drive disks get scathed very easily, have that in mind.

And last of all, be patient and careful all the time.



Ok, the mirrors doesn't need to be round, a square(ish) works also. Just not ideal.
But I'm gonna show how I do:

Use a thin cutting disk.


Cut the hard drive disk in halve so it gets easier to work with.


Take a piece of masking tape and draw out the size that you want. I made two mirrors at ones.


Cut the the piece out by following the tape.


Then make some further more cuts.


At this stage you're gonna change from cutter to a sanding disk. I use that pink stone thing for support as the sanding disk is made out off paper.
Work you're way by holding it like this:


When you're done it will look something like this:


Yay, done!



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I see. I hope you had a nice time in Göteborg

I don't really have any questions, it was a really nice &quot;tutorial&quot; you made there [smiley=thumbsup.gif]

If the result turns out good, I'll upload some pictures and movies
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Göteborg was awesome! I was at a exhibition hall packed full with different kind of CNC machines and robots. Some of them used 4k watt lasers for welding and such. Really cool.

And went to Liseberg and to ride Balder 11 frickin' times! LOL ;D


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yea lol you should put your tutorial in your own thread even.
nicely done!
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And went to Liseberg and to ride Balder 11 frickin' times! LOL *;D
Okay, you made me jelaous &gt;

How many times did you ride Kanonen then? I remember standing in line for over an hour for just a short 30s ride, but it was totally worth it. I also have a photo of me riding it looking completely terrified O.o ;D
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I would do all the rides, but it was only Balder that was running.

Why?
Because they opened the park just because of the exhibition hall-thing and it was like only ~60 people in there. No lines!!!

I didn't even need to off my a$$ when the ride was over at sometimes! LOL, yeah, LOL!


BTW, Kanonen is a kick a$$ ride too. Love it!
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I just realised that this is way OFF TOPIC and I apologise. Sorry. :-[

And @ pwnstar: thanks!
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No need to apologize :P

So tomorrow I'm heading of to grandpa, and hopefully I'll return with some nice mirrors ^^ Then it's just pretty much the assembly left
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If you really want acrylic mirrors, try stationary stores, or places that sell back-to-school type stuff...

They sell &quot;unbreakable&quot; mirrors for use in school lockers, which are made of acrylic (or i dunno, polycarbonate or something).

They cut pretty easily, just score across them with an xacto knife, put the crease over the edge of a desk, and snap it.
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It's just that my supply of unused scanners is a bit low for the moment *:-/
Doh...
I feel stupid now. I bought three moving boxes full of computer &quot;trash&quot; from Red Cross.
The purpose was to gut all those CDrom units for linear slides and brushless motors and such.

It's a sad moment everytime you realize that you had but threw away something you need now.
Those boxes also contained 15 dead mini scanners. I even dismantled them all an had ALL the mirros neatly packed in a glass bottle.
Then I threw the glass bottle together with the mirros in the so called Glass Iglo down at the local mini square.
Bummer...

However, I do have a heap of HDD &quot;mirror surface&quot; disks neatly taken out of the host drives.
If someone need one or two, I can gladly share for free. If you pay for stamps of course.


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Hi there! I like your attitude, welcome to the forums. [smiley=beer.gif]
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Yeah, welcome [smiley=beer.gif]

Now we're almost enough swedes here to start a club ;D

Anyway... I'm interested in a hard drive disk or two, and since my attempt to make mirrors out of them was kind of a failure (got round and shiny things, but they were a bit bent in the middle. Guess it was because lack of tools; I had to improvise a bit) I could pay you a little bit if you could make round mirrors out of them.
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What do you mean &quot;bent&quot;? How is that possible?

I can help you, but I'm out of material that is scratch free.
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Well, when I were at my granpa's place I noticed he didn't have a cutting blade for his Dremel, so I had to improvise. I cut the rough contures with a small saw and used a grinding stone to get the round shape. Something must've went wrong as it seems the mirror had been a bit bent. This produces some weird shapes, and a perfect circle when shone right in the middle of the mirror. Maybe I'll dig up another hard drive and try it again today, but with more care.
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I got a nice big sheet from these folks. http://stores.ebay.com/FORMAFAB
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