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Thread: How to build an Arctos multi diode array

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    Default How to build an Arctos multi diode array

    http://www.laser-man.co.uk/2006/inde...=107&Itemid=74

    im sure this will cause a stir...
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    Very nice Andy... me does like red!

    ....you could always ask Arctos to lisence you, so they retain the Intellectual Properties

    Then you could use itfor commercial gain....of course they would want a hefty wonga for the lisence...or would they !
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    Thumbs up



    I see you are going to be needing a place to store the smaller models now huh? I will make room.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevSki View Post
    Very nice Andy... me does like red!

    ....you could always ask Arctos to lisence you, so they retain the Intellectual Properties

    Then you could use itfor commercial gain....of course they would want a hefty wonga for the lisence...or would they !
    me to like red long time.

    i spent to much building it, theres no hope of me being able to afford arctos's fee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by allthatwhichis View Post


    I see you are going to be needing a place to store the smaller models now huh? I will make room.

    yeeh sure give me your address and ill get em posted
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    Nice work, Andy.

    Kickass, I like it alot.

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    Wow! respect for this build Andy.



    Why don't you use positive drive drivers so you don't need to isolate the diodes and can CNC more precise collimator's mounts. this safes time with alignment.

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    thanks

    cos the diodes would still be touching the alum block and could pop them by touching the block. this way i can touch the alum block as much as i want without worrying.

    there is method in the madness

    also positive drivers wernt really around when i built this
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    Quote Originally Posted by andy_con View Post
    All I can say is WOW.

    You are an inspiration.
    This space for rent.

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    its currently in bits i should really rebuild it so i can site and stare
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