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Thread: LASERBUG - Laser Diode Interface Modules

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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterWilling View Post
    I just put mine to good use, thanks Adam.


    Even if you are skilled in soldering and dont need these for your builds, its very handy to have a couple around for testing diodes. I just extracted 16 LPC diodes and had all of them tested within 20 minutes.
    Yeah, good point! They actually are very handy for just plugging in an LD and testing it.

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    Payment sent so I don't forget to do it later.

    I added 1 with no lasorb so hopefully thats ok.

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    I received my 2 blue and 1 red laserbugs today. They're awesome! I had to file the pin socket to reduce it's diameter in order to use it with dave's diode mounts, but otherwise I haven't had any problems.

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    Also, I'd like 3 more red laserbugs with lasorbs.

    Thanks

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    I received my 4 laserbugs yesterday already !
    Thanks Adam, they look cool. Gonna use them in my soon to be build quad i think ;-)
    I didn't fail !
    I just found out 10,000 ways that didn't work.

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    Hey Adam....got 4 Reds available???~jimmy
    Wiki:The first visible wavelength laser diode was demonstrated by Nick Holonyak, Jr. in 1962.



    FS: hi grade SEAL DUST

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    ooops .... with Lasorbs ????
    Wiki:The first visible wavelength laser diode was demonstrated by Nick Holonyak, Jr. in 1962.



    FS: hi grade SEAL DUST

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howie View Post
    Payment sent so I don't forget to do it later.

    I added 1 with no lasorb so hopefully thats ok.
    Got it! Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by laser_freak View Post
    I received my 2 blue and 1 red laserbugs today. They're awesome! I had to file the pin socket to reduce it's diameter in order to use it with dave's diode mounts, but otherwise I haven't had any problems.
    Good news! Glad to hear you found a work around to make them adapt to Dave's mounts. The diode socket on my laserbug is 5mm diameter.

    Quote Originally Posted by laser_freak View Post
    Also, I'd like 3 more red laserbugs with lasorbs.

    Thanks
    Sweet man! glad you like them.

    Quote Originally Posted by hobbybob View Post
    I received my 4 laserbugs yesterday already !
    Thanks Adam, they look cool. Gonna use them in my soon to be build quad i think ;-)
    Excellent! Please post pics of your quad when you get it done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jooopy View Post
    Hey Adam....got 4 Reds available???~jimmy
    Sort of... The group buy is in place so I can afford to purchase 100 Lasorbs and pass the savings on to my friends. I'm 7 pieces away from placing the order with Pangolin so now would be the time to buy. Shall I put you down for 4 Red's?

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    WOW nice Bugs.

    ThanXs Adam arrives today.
    Looks wow
    Cheers,
    Eduardo
    Last edited by megaton; 10-13-2010 at 14:59.

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