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You can buy a ready made module from 'daguin' for $35.00 & I can sell you a brand new Dorcy Jr. light with a FULL-BODY Dark_Horse Heat-Sink for $50.00. After that it would be a snap to put it together.


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You can buy a ready made module from 'daguin' for $35.00 & I can sell you a brand new Dorcy Jr. light with a FULL-BODY Dark_Horse Heat-Sink for $50.00. After that it would be a snap to put it together.

hey Rob, are you sure???

daguin,s modules are using Rkcstr driver so he will need minimun of 7,2V and if i have right information Dorcy JR use a cr123 batery.. *i think there will not be much juice to drive this module...
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You are absolutely correct Milan, my mistake & good catch on your part, sorry :-[
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Default Building a blu-ray laser.. newb

I can't decide what to do. I want to have a PHR laser (using the dorcy tutorial from i-hacked), but I have no soldering skills whatsoever. How much of an undertaking would this be? Would it be better just to buy the parts for someone to build it here?
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u have to wait few weeks for a flexdriver but here are some prices of the things u need

flexdriver witch is ---------------$23.00
dorcy jr----------------------------$ 20.00-25.00
heatsink---------------------------$20.00-28.00 depends on who u buy from
803-diode ------------------------$12-15 depends on who u buy from
axiz modual-----------------------$4.00
labor--------------------------------$????

correct me if im wrong lol
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You are absolutely correct Milan, my mistake & good catch on your part, sorry :-[

there is absolutely no need for apology my friend..

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there is one member who is selling blu rays modules with flexdrive which is in my opinion better option.. in this case you can also buy a dorcy from phoenix and "After that it would be a snap to put it together"
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Or you could just buy a pre-assembled laser. Check the B/S/T section.

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[quote author=phoenix77 link=1233017560/0#3 date=1233017391]You are absolutely correct Milan, my mistake & good catch on your part, sorry :-[

there is absolutely no need for apology my friend.. *

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last i herd he ran out of the drivers :-?
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[quote author=MilanTheOne link=1233017560/0#5 date=1233019927][quote author=phoenix77 link=1233017560/0#3 date=1233017391]You are absolutely correct Milan, my mistake & good catch on your part, sorry :-[

there is absolutely no need for apology my friend.. *

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u have to wait few weeks for a flexdriver but here are some prices of the things u need

flexdriver witch is ---------------$23.00
dorcy jr----------------------------$ 20.00-25.00
heatsink---------------------------$20.00-28.00 depends on who u buy from
803-diode ------------------------$12-15 depends on who u buy from
axiz modual-----------------------$4.00
labor--------------------------------$????

correct me if im wrong lol
Or, a rkcstr driver instead of a flexdrive would be 16, and you could make a heat sink out of washers for under 1$. Plus, you could use any DX LED flashlight as a host (probably MDXL). So the acual cost could be:

rkcstr driver:---------------------16.00$
MDXL host:-----------------------5.00$
"homemade" heatsink"----------<1.00$
diode:-----------------------------13.00$
AxiZ:------------------------------4.50$
Total: 39:50

Or you could build it in a simple labby, project boxes are under 10$ from Radio Shack. Then you could just use a breadboard; no soldering required.
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http://www.i-hacked.com/content/view/272/94/

stuff needed

PHR-803T diode http://www.laserpointerforums.com/fo...num=1228038791 19 US

driver 110mA http://hacylon.case.edu/ebay/laser_d..._FlexDrive.php 25 US

Kit http://mysite.verizon.net/grall/dark...stom/id75.html 45 US

Cap http://mysite.verizon.net/grall/dark...stom/id76.html 15 US

120 mw bluray warning sticker http://www.laser-man.co.uk/2006/inde...&Itemid=40 2 us

Optional

http://www.laserpointerforums.com/fo...num=1212842385 26 US



Total 103 US.

Copy pasted from my wishlist.... :
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