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my new mighty diy red!

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check out my amazing, powerful, and very pretty (not) diy red that i constructed using ddl's circuit. yes, it is taped to a piece of 2x4 ;D
 

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yup. i don't care how it looks, as long as it works. personally, i wouldn't change it. it has that "homemade" look to it :)
 
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hey i would like to include more pictures embedded into the post, but i can't figure out how. i can't figure out the insert picture thing. can someone help me out? i don't want to attach a file every time i include media.
 
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OH no :eek:  since the  forum just crashed i had to reaload stackingmounts massive full resolution picture...thought my computer was going to break ;D
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Taped to a 2by4...very um unique :-?
Looks good tho, nice circuit but might want to put more metel around the diode, just the aixisz would prob warm up fast.

...lazer... ;D ;D ;D
 
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oh and the module doesn't really warm up unless i have the pot resistance turned down all the way, which i really never do anyways.
 

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Do you want to put a pic in your post, or imbed movies? To put a pic directly in, you have to upload it somewhere first, then put in the [img the url of your image [/img and put a ] on the end of both of those img tags. I personally don't know how to imbed a video, never done it before
 

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roSSco said:
Your avatar is 4406.83 KB (4512595 bytes) !

I just checked it out as well.  WOW!  I hope only his thumbnail loads and not the whole image each time.  

Stackingmount, you may want to check that out, otherwise, it may be costing LPF a lot of bandwidth.
 
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Hi,

Yes, the whole image needs to load in order to display the thumbnail image. The thumbnail is displayed at the HTML specified size, but it is really the whole image. Right-click and do a "save image as..." to your desktop, then right-click on the image and select "properties" - you'll see the whole image loads in the space.

If you don't have photoshop or a similar program to make a thumbnail, you can use the one I have attached here _ I reduced it to 200 pixels wide (it was 2000).

Dave
 

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