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    WTB 6x cylindrical lens set

    Hello. No, I never got a notice in my EMAIL. Where do I send the $45.00? Ed.
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    Thank you, yes I want a set.

    Thank you, yes I want a set.
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    Sorry to take so long to respond. Thanks.

    Sorry to take so long to respond. Thanks.
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    WTB 6x cylindrical lens set

    Hello. Have you heard anything more about the cylindrical lenses yet? Ed.
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    NUBM44 6W+ 450nm Laser Diode

    Hello. Looking at the pot in question, could the circuit be sensitive to current spikes as the pot is turning? Ed.
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    NUBM44 6W+ 450nm Laser Diode

    Hello. I think the switch you are considering is more than adequate, especially for momentary use. Ed.
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    WTB 6x cylindrical lens set

    OK, thank you, and I have the money ready when they are available. Ed.
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    WTB 6x cylindrical lens set

    No, but I think you are asking the wrong person. Try "Glutton" I think is his name. Ed.
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    WTB 6x cylindrical lens set

    Thank you very much! Ed.
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    WTB 6x cylindrical lens set

    Hello. I would also like to purchase a pair of these lenses. Can you please contact me when they are available? Thank you very much. Ed.
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    NUBM44 6W+ 450nm Laser Diode

    Thank you very much, I will look forward to seeing them. Do you know what they mite cost? Ed.
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    NUBM44 6W+ 450nm Laser Diode

    Re: V1 445nm Laser Diode Hello. Can you tell me where you bought the two "C" lenses pictured. I would like to buy a set. Thank you for your time, Ed.
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    A laser derringer.

    Just had time to try taking some "beam shots"..............I really need a decent camera....and a decent cameraman. Which I'm definitely not! The pictures are so bad I'm embarrassed to show them, so I'll wait until I can get better pictures.
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    A laser derringer.

    I'm going to start tests in a week. But to start with, I will be using the 3.5W 450nm Laser Diode NDB7A75. If it works out, I'll swap it out for the 6W+ NUBM44 450nm Laser Diode..... And keep my fingers crossed.....and out of the beam path! Ed.
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    A laser derringer.

    Hello. Yes, I machined the interior pockets for the component assemblies and used an angle grinder to rough out the shape, then finished it with a set of files, then different grades of sand paper. It's made out of billet 70/76/T6 aluminum. Ed.
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    A laser derringer.

    LOL. Yeah, the pain we go through to have fun...........Sometimes I think a psychiatrist would have a field day with us- LOL! Have fun and keep up the good work! Ed.
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    A laser derringer.

    You can find lots of them on EBAY, I think. Or better yet, try this site, Great deals and very good stuff!: https://sites.google.com/site/dtrlpf/home. Good luck. Ed.
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    A laser derringer.

    OK, still, that's a lot of work to do. And I can agree on the difficulty of figuring how to thread the wiring, and make the components do tricks they don't want to. And hollowing out brittle plastic parts that you can't make a mistake with can turn your hair white! Still, it's worth the end...
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    A laser derringer.

    Hello. If you did those prop ray guns, your design and builds are better than many "in house" props I've seen. I worked freelance in the motion picture industry for many years and I've seen more than a few. I went to the site you indicated with no problems and registered. Again, your work is...
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    A laser derringer.

    Oh, I don't know what went wrong, but I'll try again.




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