- Jul 10, 2015
Yea that box artifact is natural. Sometimes you just don't notice it.
I'm gonna try to ignore it lol....Yea that box artifact is natural. Sometimes you just don't notice it.
I don't think that will make any noticeable difference.I'm gonna try to ignore it lol....
The cu modules are great heat sinks, the lens barrel seems to loosen up pretty quick (the cu is so soft) so I'm thinking of using a brass module w/a cu back half
Exactly! This is why I haven't tried buying my own yet! There are just too many inconsistencies with the prices, descriptions, and general marketing right now.I know a couple people who are tearing down new projectors right now, they will be found in the wild soon, but the price will probably be in that range anyway.
But at least we know we get good new parts, when a seller jerks the price around and cant get the numbers right of what they are selling, well it's hard to trust that, so I would rather wait for a known 08e, not a possible mislabeled something else, that's why we are waiting, I have the funds, they have the funds, we just cant know what we are getting, so we will get it ourselves.
Hang tight, they are coming.
Beauty is not important for this build, just want lots of heatsink and large battery capacity for 4 1/2 5a drivers, hoping to buy some of these new diodes to play with. Running my nubm44 on 4a in a sl host, don't think the heatsinkings good enough for any more. Already ordered the mx.No I just make my own now, but FP can do it.
He can make a really cool one, mine are just sturdy but not eloquent.
Nice!....Thanks R/CHe has some sinks, the 12mm have a 12mm hole with a set screw and the 5.6 and 9mm unscrew into 2 half's to sandwich a diode, but I drill through them and drill and tap a 2 x 2 chunk of bar stock.
If you unscrew the 9mm or 5.6 screw together kind you can use self tapping screws, just pre drill your holes slightly undersized for the self tappers.
Yeah, broken a few taps in my day, im lazy, put em in my cordless drillIt's easy once you get a little practice, just wear safety glasses and be careful, cut slow especially where it's thick.
With a drill and tap set and you can make all kinds of stuff.
Go slow with taps, back them out often and clear the threads, it's better to take your time than snap one off in your part.