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my first project "The Turk"

serkansahin

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Hi all i am again :D :) :thinking:

yes i know i am ask a many question.. But not now.. i have not a question. i was build my first project "The Turk". i have a 90 pictures for this project. i sellect only 23 pic and i will upload now here.

i was use this

LPC 826 diode
LM317 driver
Ultrafire BRC 18650 / 3.7 volt 4000 ma two batterys.
switchs , button , 1N4007 diodes , pcb , spring for battery holder , 2.5 mm Plexiglass v.s.
 

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Now i will add a pictures and explane how i build ..

The first LPC 826 diode



Diode and axiz housing



More electronics parts



i was soldering diode and isolate cupper wire you can see



And this is a aluminium cooler. block aluminium drill and cut left side..



i hold axiz modul cooler and fix it screw



The cupper pcb and spring for battery holder you can see



And last battery holder

 

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serkansahin

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Hi again me..

i add a moore pictures ..

The host.. But the laser two function include. Laser & torch. i was use a 1 watt led lamp. you can see the picture.



Devam..







The LM317 driver for led torch



i soldering power cable



This is laser driver but this driver two stages driver.. one stage is 135 ma second stage ise 400 ma power. i use a 4 resistor. ( 2 paralel )



You can see a safety diodes and capasitor..

 

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serkansahin

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be continued

i was solder all cable and it redy to test..



i hold it cover..





i was test run first time.. the current 135 ma now..



i was test run first time.. the current 400 ma now.. you can see a beam







i say a one more thing ..

i was register here and i was read too much topics here. i dont know how to start and how i build a laser. Thank you very much for all helper friends here..
 

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Brilliant work and very creative, Good luck and be safe +rep for sharing it with us , lots of photos are always welcome.
 

Speedy78

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Ha. That is awesome. I love these non traditional builds.
 

Tmack

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Very nice. I like the resourcefulness of builds like these.
 

KapHn8d

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congrats on a great project! Thanks for sharing your work here... keep 'em coming!

/c
 

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That is an interesting enclosure I see you make it your self, it looks like Teflon :thinking:

I have never seen a laser/flashlight made by a member before +4 for you for making something new :gj:
 
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Well done, i have seen many builds on here but very few make their own "Hosts" circuits and the works! You even documented everything along the way, thats another one up on me!:whistle:
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serkansahin

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That is an interesting enclosure I see you make it your self, it looks like Teflon :thinking:

I have never seen a laser/flashlight made by a member before +4 for you for making something new :gj:
Thank you very much for all comment.

Yes it is include a flashlight and laser.

And it is not teflon it is a Plexiglas. plexiglas like glass but not glass. Plexiglas is Poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) is a transparent thermoplastic, often used as a lightweight or shatter-resistant alternative to glass. Poly(methyl methacrylate) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 

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Thanks for sharing, very good work. :gj:
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Keep going I would like to see what else you can come up with :beer:
Ed
 

COMMANDR

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Great looking laser, really nice work. Now you are hooked on building laser projects like the rest of us.
Diy laser project are great fun. Build away.:>)
 

adambowker

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This is pretty awesome! I love how you made everything 100% custom. Very resourceful and creative build! :D

+rep from me :yh:
Adam
 




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