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FireMyLaser

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So, Aluminium enclosure, White Fusion kit and Full Colour Driver... Awesome!




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I temporary added a pen eraser on a pin to the dichro, this made it so much easier when aligning the beams.


I don't have a battery yet, but after allot of effort my dummy battery fits!




The fan only cools the green laser to maintain stability.

















I need to get some more beam shots...



:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

 



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BRAVO!


I have no real idea when I'm going to be able work on mine :(

Peace,
dave
 

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SO. FREAKIN. AWESOME.

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Such a great build thank you so much for the video! Nice use of all of those switches/ other electronics! I finally get to see the rainbow trail/ jewel fountain with lasers!!! :drool:

Care to post any more specs, maybe diodes/ module, currents, lenses, enclosure size, battery size?

Makes me want a WF + FML driver even more!!!

Edit: What's the big hole on the side for, input cool air for the fan?

I have a couple of tiny 25x25x10mm fans I guess I could use for a possible build.
 
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That's down right awesome...

That video is smoking hot too! :cool:
 
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FireMyLaser

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Thank you everyone!

That applauding guy is scary lol.

SO. FREAKIN. AWESOME.



Such a great build thank you so much for the video! Nice use of all of those switches/ other electronics! I finally get to see the rainbow trail/ jewel fountain with lasers!!!

Care to post any more specs, maybe diodes/ module, currents, lenses, enclosure size, battery size?

Makes me want a WF + FML driver even more!!!

Edit: What's the big hole on the side for, input cool air for the fan?

I have a couple of tiny 25x25x10mm fans I guess I could use for a possible build.
LCC red diode @ 391mA max (GGW), PHR blu @ 125mA max, 80-100mW olike module @ 560mA max. The hole is the air intake, yes.

The red lens is the reading lens from the phr sled, the blu is the 405-G-1 from Jayrob

Enclosure: 120 x 66 x 39mm (WAY TO SMALL TO WORK WITH). Battery: 55 x 31 x 22mm.
 
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Mr Despair

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Very nice build.

I wish I can build something like that but, last time I tried building anything I almost burned my house down lol.
 

eugene420

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WOw man what an impressive display of color!!! Awesome show man... DO you do this for a living cause that pretty sweet.
 

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This is excellent work inside and out! Really nice high quality case brings the whole thing together. I like the photo with the diffraction grating. Yes, you need to take more beam shots!
 

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I LOVED seeing the mechanically(Lego?) spinning diffraction gratings, it was effing mesmerizing!
 

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WoW. I never wanted to build one of these kits until I just watched this video. That thing looks amazing.
 

ZRTMWA

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So waht exactly is that big glass looking thing around the green heatsink, an extra diamond heatsink xD?

Or is it to keep the WF green heatsink from touching the aluminum case, keeping everything electrically isolated?
 

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Or it might be a shroud for the fan. To help collect the air movement...
 




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