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Flaminpyro

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Howdy All... This is the third in who knows how many laser tools that will be offered by me to make your life easer, check em out !

A new diode press one for the 3.7mm red diode from the 12X sled's this press slips over the heatsink, it is made from brass and aluminum. it is $20.00





A custom made Pin Wrench to remove the clicky switch or other threaded rings in your host, this one is $15.00 an fits a Tenergy 12W superbright host.
yours will/may vary from this as such will have to be made to fit unless I've already made it pls PM me to find out.



and a Heavy Duty model for them stubborn or glued in rings.




This one is a little brass lens holder it can be used to hang onto your lens when you are working on them, like when you want to open up the back of an Aixiz acrylic lens and you don't want to spear your self with the end of the X-acto knife use this tool to hold the lens while you operate on it. it also works very well to help you get the Teflon tape on the lens esp if you have big fingers. I used one of these to hold the brass red aixiz lens nuts while I was boring out the inside of it to make room for a LarryDFW Hi-Power glass lens and for a JayRob Hi-Power glass lens. this little holder will set you back $15.00


Have you ever had a bad time trying to adjust the current on a flex drive ? thoese darn little pot's are hard to find a screw driver that will fit properly so I decided to make my own, it is made of PVC and tool steel ground to fit in that little pot like a glove, no slop just a real tight adjustment with this little jewel. you can have one for just $1.50 + ship....


Here is some of the best solder flux I have found. It is not nessary to clean this flux off the board as it is NOT corosive but it is easly cleaned up with a tooth brush and some isopropyl alcohol if you want a clean looking ckt, it's safe for all electronics. this stuff works so well when you think you have enough on there you will realy have twice as much as you need so only use a small amount less cleanup that way also. this flux causes the solder to flow easly and will give you a nice shinney finish and very good adhesion. it comes in a 1ml syringe with a fine tip for easy application and is $3.50 ea + shipping. Now there is a 3ml syringe for $10.00 + shipping.


Now if you want to test some diodes and your going to heat them up a bit and you dont want to press them in and out of a Aixiz module then you need one of these "Diode Test Heat Sinks" solder some short wires onto your diode and put it in the heatsink and screw the hold down nut in and you are ready to go ! they are $30.00 ea + ship. (diodes not included)

And a link to some other fine tools you just can't do without !
http://laserpointerforums.com/f39/diode-press-sale-15-00-a-42590.html
http://laserpointerforums.com/f39/diode-press-sale-pushes-out-diode-42614.html
http://laserpointerforums.com/f39/diode-press-sets-80158.html#post1151767

Check out this link> http://laserpointerforums.com/f39/flaminpyros-stuf-67118.html#post966672
 
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Flaminpyro

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Jerry your flux is on the way, enjoy !

Peace all...
 

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I got my order today. First, the flux is awesome. It completely changed the quality of my builds. Next, the lens holder for trimming the backs off is perfect. It holds the lens securely while you take off the last two threads and the rear cover with a razor knife. The lens threads suffer little damage and screw right into the aixiz module no problem. The adjustment driver for the FlexDrive works great, as expected. And thanks for the jumpers to upgrade my dummy load, they work great, but were a b*tch to install.
 

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Looks like some well made items. I'd love to get one of your "dummy loads". Just can't afford to. Maybe some day. Nice job on everything though. You seem to be quite handy with crafting "specialty" items...............rob
 

Flaminpyro

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Thank you for the kind words I make all my tools so they make the job of the person using them easer to do. what I don't make I search out and only quit looking when I find the best, as in the case of the flux.
Thanks again and may all your builds be fine ones ! Pyro...



I got my order today. First, the flux is awesome. It completely changed the quality of my builds. Next, the lens holder for trimming the backs off is perfect. It holds the lens securely while you take off the last two threads and the rear cover with a razor knife. The lens threads suffer little damage and screw right into the aixiz module no problem. The adjustment driver for the FlexDrive works great, as expected. And thanks for the jumpers to upgrade my dummy load, they work great, but were a b*tch to install.
 

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Thanks for the kind words! Glad I could help you to improve your builds that always makes it more fun :D That is some pretty good flux !
With the lens holder I use the point of the X-ACTO knife and only take out the end with the hole, in short just enlarge the hole. I'll have to try your method and see how I like it.
Glad you like every thing, that means I must be making it right ! Thanks :beer:

Peace All Pyro...


I got my order today. First, the flux is awesome. It completely changed the quality of my builds. Next, the lens holder for trimming the backs off is perfect. It holds the lens securely while you take off the last two threads and the rear cover with a razor knife. The lens threads suffer little damage and screw right into the aixiz module no problem. The adjustment driver for the FlexDrive works great, as expected. And thanks for the jumpers to upgrade my dummy load, they work great, but were a b*tch to install.
 

Michi1328

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Thx for putting up them great gimmicks to help us. PM sent for diode press and remover, maybe i should also get the flux, pot adjustment screwdriver and test load ;)
 
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michaelzirbes

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Great tools Jeff!

I'm loving my diode presses, don't know what I'd do without them!

You're a great asset to the forum, thanks for all you do :)

mz
 




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