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    Default Laserman532 MicroMount Adjustable Mirror Mounts

    Well here they are finally for sale as single mounts. I have field shipped over 100 of these with kits and the vast majority of people love them. So it is an official product now.

    MicroLaserLabs MicroMount!

    Beam Height to center of free plate = .75"
    Free Plate = .5 x .5"
    Spring Loaded for full tweakability
    adjustments are a #2 screw with 56 turns per inch

    MicroMount - Price each $35.00
    90 Degree Thing - Price ea $10.00
    Front Surface Mirror - $5.00 ea

    Shipping domestic and international - $5.00

    Comes complete with mounting foot and is black anodized. Thanks go out to MrWilling for his excellent machining skills. I am going camping for 5 or so days so if anyone wants to get some of these, please PM me and I will get back to you when I come out of the mountains. Special thanks to Swamidog for his photographic skillz.

    The weird thing in the picture is called "The 90 Degree Thing" It glues to the micromount and allows one to hold dichroics or mirrors at 45 degrees to the mount and allows beams to pass through the dichroic for beam mixing applications.

    Start building those micro kits today!
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    These mounts are EVIL approved! I'll never buy an MM1 again unless I'm steering a 20mm beam.

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    Yep, bloody fantastic items.

    Now if you guys can just start ordering them in big enough quantities so he can start to get the volume discounts...

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    Quote Originally Posted by norty303 View Post
    Yep, bloody fantastic items.

    Now if you guys can just start ordering them in big enough quantities so he can start to get the volume discounts...
    yeah, in quantities of 10,000 or so i can get the price down to around $30.00 usd

    The next version will be a "reverse foot" version that people have asked for. but need to sell a few more of these first. It is truly a versatile functional item for making tiny kits.
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    The next version will be a "reverse foot" version that people have asked for
    Why is it that the foot doesn't come off the side away from the mirror and screws?

    I would also think it would be easier to set at 45deg in line with the beam path and be less likely to do damage to the mirror trying to bolt it down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loopee View Post
    Why is it that the foot doesn't come off the side away from the mirror and screws?

    I would also think it would be easier to set at 45deg in line with the beam path and be less likely to do damage to the mirror trying to bolt it down.

    Troy
    Well, it makes the entire footprint of the mount smaller. It is not difficult to mount it with a mirror. the slotted portion extends at least .5" beyond the mirror mounting surface. It can be difficult to bolt it down if there is a cube mounted to it, but one could use a wrench type bolt to hold it down.

    anyways there is a new design in the next version which will allow normal mounting for smaller projectors or reverse foot mounting which will increase your foot print by 1".

    BUMP- The mounts are in, going to anodize today and ready to ship in limited quantities by monday 23, first come first served.

    Price ea - $35.00
    90 Degree Thing - $10.00
    shipping - $5.00
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    Hey Pat,

    You have any of these still available? I am after a few. Plus some other bits and pieces. Can you Pm when you are back online.

    Cheers
    Rich

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    Quote Originally Posted by neutrino View Post
    Hey Pat,

    You have any of these still available? I am after a few. Plus some other bits and pieces. Can you Pm when you are back online.

    Cheers
    Rich
    got em in stock PM me with your order

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    Thumbs up These mounts are pure sweetness!

    I would greatly recommend these mounts for mirrors or for dichros (the nice square high quality ones from OSLS). They are very stable, easy to adjust, and are darn cute! If you need a higher height, order an L-Bracket off of Pat too!

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    Awesome, I'll put a list together and PM it to you today or tomorrow.

    Thanks for the advice sugeek

    Cheers
    Rich

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