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Laser Tag Gun Into A Real Laser Gun(video, killing Iphone 6)

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Cool,
would of been nice if you were able to keep the fan and sound..
 
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Cool,
would of been nice if you were able to keep the fan and sound..
Yeah, but the sounds irritated me to the core haha. I actually only removed the fan in hopes I might get a little more power out of it. Not sure it added much if any, I might put the fan back on. Thing is though, the laser being on a gun isn't on for large periods of time often.
 

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I believe you can run 3 18650's in series??
 

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I would put the fan back in. This diode puts out a great deal of waste heat and that tiny lab host needs all the help it can get. Don't know why you expected to get more power by removing it, but it is very likely necessary.....unless, this is one of the cheap lasers that actually has a plastic spacer between the module and the heat sink.
 

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7 watt! Nice-but 'm curious why you wanted to destroy an iPhone 6? Also I agree about the fan- a 7watt will generate a lot of heat and I'd hate for it to burn out.
 
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7 watt! Nice-but 'm curious why you wanted to destroy an iPhone 6? Also I agree about the fan- a 7watt will generate a lot of heat and I'd hate for it to burn out.

I just upgraded to Samsung S10+. It was my parting gift to apple. :)
 

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I'm assuming you've got quality safety goggles right? Phone screens are pretty reflective!!

I sometimes use an old phone screen as a diffraction grating though - well worth giving it a shot though it may harder with that particular laser...
 
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I'm assuming you've got quality safety goggles right? Phone screens are pretty reflective!!

I sometimes use an old phone screen as a diffraction grating though - well worth giving it a shot though it may harder with that particular laser...
Oh yeah of course. Any time I'm shinning that laser at anything I wear eye protection.
 




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