Lots of info to be had here. Enjoy it!
I like i here alot because everyone gets along as friends and for the most part things are pretty informal and relaxed. see you around!
Yeah lots of catching up to do!
No thats not from cowboy bebop, but close, it is a traveling, gunslinging preacher from a show called Trigun.
7 years is about right, i got married and about 6 years ago got a son out of the deal. Then bought a house! Havent had much time for anything...
Check out local welding and gas supply shops for exotic gasses lots of times you can find liquid nitrogen at those places.
Thanks for the tips guys, i dont know if that will be a viable option for sustainted pcb cutting sessions but i will pass the info along.
I am back after extended hiatus.
I don't have a lot of posts or a lot of lasers, but i do have a 500mw red and a 1200mw blue i got from survival when they were still selling complete units to the USA. they are still running great too!
since then i have picked up a couple of cheap...
hmm maybe just do one eye and use a ir blocking patch until you need to scan something.
on second thought I'll do like laserbee and use the camera.
but seriously very cool. when you can turn it on and off at will sign me up.
are you building this for a 92 like in the pic? if not, the model of pistol would help a bit.
for .40 or 9mm or anything with snappy quick recoil like that i think you are going to have a hard time making it stand up to more than a few shots.
a heavier pistol with a smoother recoil like a...
personally i would put a switch between the power leads and the module. this offers more control, and though a laser in that range isn't going to get hot fast, i started observing strict duty cycles and safety protocol on my first green laser, before i moved up to the higher power ones.