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ossumguywill

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Hey everyone, I though I would show you my work in progress. I worked on it a bit today and thought it was cool enough to share. It has a <250mW red (LCC or LOC, I forget) with an aixiz acrylic, and a PHR at 110mA if I remember correctly. The PHR is not heatsinked, and the red is press fitted into an aluminum block. There is no fan ATM, I have to buy a 20mm fan. You can activate one laser at a time or both. You need a key to turn it on. It has 3 controls: main power, laser selection, and single/double laser switch. Nothing was glued in besides the power connector. Both diodes are driven by rckstrs, so everything from 7.5 to 12V should be fine. I can upload internals later.









look at the burn mark where the red just was :D



So, what do you think?

will
 

phoenix77

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Nice lookin' build buddy. What are ya usin' to power it ? rob
 

photonaholic

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Looks good, I like your work area too.

Get a dremel tool, cutting rectangle switch holes is a lot easier.
 

ossumguywill

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Nice lookin' build buddy. What are ya usin' to power it ? rob
Just the sparkfun 9v wall adapter. I ordered 2 of their barrel jacks.

Looks good, I like your work area too.

Get a dremel tool, cutting rectangle switch holes is a lot easier.
I have one, and the reason that hole is too big is because I was planning on using a thicker one of those switches, so I used the grinding tool to open the hole up, and halfway through I realized that I was out of thick switches :( maybe I'll replace it with a thicker switch next time I go to the shack.
 

Greenmechanic

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Very nice build. Sometime in the future, I plan on building a R/G/V labbie.
Hope it turns out as nice as yours
.:gj::thanks:
 

ossumguywill

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Very nice build. Sometime in the future, I plan on building a R/G/V labbie.
Hope it turns out as nice as yours
.:gj::thanks:
thanks! Are you going to use the fusion kit, or have the modules staggered like this? One day, I plan to use the white fusion kit.
 




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