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    Default Some improvement PJ V2

    Well I moved forward updating my projector. I converted my test rig to a boxed projector. I am planning on adding more red and a telescope lens set in the red run to better the beam quality.

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    Next I am gutting my laserwave 500mw unit that got me started; hey it came with a QM2000 card. Gonna build it out similar to this setup power wise so I will have 2 full RGB head.

    The beam table is running fine still and will soon be adding the second side to the main controller thanks dsli_jon ( i think )
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    The Lumia build needs to be cleaned up, thinking of using a beam pick and adding it to one of the RGB build. I then have a crazy idea for a project on the burner, but will have to wait n see about building it out yet.

    Hopefully build 3 will continue to improve.
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    And yes buffo this will make it to SELEM. (inside joke about a delay in answering him last year with my first build)

    I also started the refurb of the C64 system, tore it down, cleaned, repaired monitor, tested drive, computer, have a couple little items to work out and some ??'s on wiring but I see it working in the near future with the bytemare laser software. Thanks to dreambeamz and rgb-gas I have a bunch of parts and software for it!
    Last edited by polishedball; 12-17-2010 at 18:51.
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    Nice! Really looking good now. Can't wait to see it at SELEM!

    Also, congrats on bringing the C=64 system back to life. That's cool!

    Adam

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    looking good dude!!

    i keep thinking of how i can make my beam tables full color but i keep getting stuck on red... so probably going to stick to 445 and 532

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