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Orange/Yellow beam?

andy_con

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lol

tis pretty cool
 



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laserfreak3d said:
yea need me a blue one to

btw andy 5 more 220 mw reds comming your way asap
thanks mate, could you send all 8 when they are done?
 

laserfreak3d

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yep wil do

having some issues with the casings there are diferent on the inside

but good results
first 4 all do 220 mw +
 

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andy_con said:
heres a question?

why does everyone thing lining two or three lasers up to make another colour hard???

its easy
Well, like I said in my post Andy, "Practice makes perfect". and you have had a lot of practice. I can ride a bike, but my 2 year old son has a hard time, do you see where I am coming from here? My point was only this, you need to allign the beams in 3 planes, to create a true colour mix, with no spillage. Using CD covers and blu tak takes a bit of time, and I am sure you will find that most novices to colour mixing are encountering the same difficulties as you did when you first tried it.

Oh and I see a lot of your pics , as good as they are have a fair amount of spillage and separation too ;)

Jase
 

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Aligning three beams in three dimensions and three angles will not be easy for a beginner....


->...that's why I am happy I still have all that old lego lying aroud, to make myself a nice, fine-adjustable bench!!! :)

But as I often do experiments myself where proper aligning is improtant, and also use what is lying around, I can understand what a pain in the rectum it can be to get it to work - and you move and it's all gone.
 




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