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    Default Eclipse Technologies LaserVision Advanced Graphics

    I am looking for any info I can get on this scanner. Maybe a manual or wiring diagram. Here is a pic.

    "Gravity its not just a good idea its the law"

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    Email me larger pictures, pop the hood and get as many detailed shots as you can.

    Pay close attention to any notes left on the inside.

    I'll give it a good once over and see what i can find out and post the pictures here for others to possibly help out.

    On a side note: Where are you located?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spec
    Email me larger pictures, pop the hood and get as many detailed shots as you can.

    Pay close attention to any notes left on the inside.

    I'll give it a good once over and see what i can find out and post the pictures here for others to possibly help out.

    On a side note: Where are you located?
    I was going to get pics to you but I found out a few things about the unit.
    I took the hard drive out and hooked it up to my computer and found it has a dos based laser show progam on it with over 6500 frames and a bunch of shows on it. All the software is dated 1996. It also has a 486 motherboard with CD rom,soundblaster card and a custom hardware driver card looks a little like the QM32. It also has a three channel scanner amp X,Y,and I.
    I think I will gut it and use the case the XY mount and heatsink and get rid of the rest.
    "Gravity its not just a good idea its the law"

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    Astroguy Welcome Aboard

    Thats a pretty neat looking box...
    Self contained .. Have you tried to make it work?

    It might be great as-is.

    I am interested to see what they used for a servo board.
    Because I have a 3 channel board I am trying to Identify and
    make work..

    Take some pix of inside to box , We'd like to see
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    OK, I will get some PICS posted. I have not got it to work because it is missing the galvos and laser. I do have an argon I could put in it but untill I can get infor on the scanner amp I would not try to hook it up. I have no wiring diagram.




    Quote Originally Posted by marconi
    Astroguy Welcome Aboard

    Thats a pretty neat looking box...
    Self contained .. Have you tried to make it work?

    It might be great as-is.

    I am interested to see what they used for a servo board.
    Because I have a 3 channel board I am trying to Identify and
    make work..

    Take some pix of inside to box , We'd like to see
    "Gravity its not just a good idea its the law"

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    That Built in Computer-scanner-laser did give me a great idea

    Nice machine

    And welcome to the forum !!

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    What kind of software and show files where on that system?
    You know, I have one simple request. And that is to have sharks with frickin' laser beams attached to their heads!

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    my first guess was maybe some old pangolin LD200 software, but that only run on the AMIGA (?)


    Anyway... if you got like 5000 files to share so PLZ do

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    Here are some pics.

    Hardware Driver:




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    Quote Originally Posted by marconi
    Astroguy Welcome Aboard

    Thats a pretty neat looking box...
    Self contained .. Have you tried to make it work?

    It might be great as-is.

    I am interested to see what they used for a servo board.
    Because I have a 3 channel board I am trying to Identify and
    make work..

    Take some pix of inside to box , We'd like to see
    "Gravity its not just a good idea its the law"

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    you need a [/img] on the img link

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