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Lifetime17

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Hi LPF,
Started a host of something different, a hexagon shaped host. Had a small piece laying around I purchased some time back .
It holds 2X18350 batteries , needs some powder coating last.
Rich:)
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bulukaki

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That looks neat! :D I always like when hosts look rather minimalostic.

Storage wise, hexagons can be packed very efficiently like a honeycomb.

Maybe cut a perpendicular groove on the laser head, for color-coding the laser?

Edit: here's what I meant, maybe it would look better with slightly wider grooves than in the pics

Groove only
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Red for 650nm
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Cyan for 488 nm
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Lifetime17

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Hi, Thanks for the reply I just took the parts out of the powder coating oven waiting to cool off OUCH!!
Rich:)
 

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It should be called the antirolling noob proof laser, for those who decide it's smart to keep a laser pointer turned on unattended too on a flat surface.
 

Lifetime17

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It should be called the antirolling noob proof laser, for those who decide it's smart to keep a laser pointer turned on unattended too on a flat surface.
Hi,
They can still drop it so a rubber coating is in order.
Rich:)
 




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