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    Default RGB Projector

    I am selling my RGB projector, as I have decided this hobby is a bit too expensive for me now

    Here is the thread of the build:

    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...5302-First-RGB

    I have no way of measuring power or beam specs etc, but 2 of the lasers were new when fitted.

    Red - Laserwave 200mw 635nm Model LWRL635
    Blue - Laserwave 50mw 473nm(apparently doing 70mw as tested by Rob before I took possession) Mdel LWB 473 (Cost 400.00 ! )

    Green - Unknown make 200mw 532nm
    Galvo - Scanpro 20

    3 x Laserwave 3 axis mounts
    2 x Laserwave Dichro

    DAC - Moncha Lite

    There is also an addional PSU fitted to supply 5v, and +/- 12VDC

    Dimensions are Width 445mm, Depth 490mm, Height 160. Weight - just under 15Kg

    As you can see, it is built in a PC case. Front panel has a Hoya Skylight filter built in. I hadn't actualy tried this unyil I took photos, anf now realise it is fitted too high in the panel! If the projector is sold as a unit, I will move the aperture to suit if required.

    I will also supply, if sold as a unit, the little test bos pictured - you can plug this into the modulation inputs (easily accessible) and control the intensity of each beam manually. This is useful for testing alignment etc. I will also supply a 445nm diode, O-like housing, Flexmod driver and blue lazorb!

    Some pics - please note I didnt spend much time in aligning things, I figured this would need to be done again after shipping anyway.

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    Even if I only value the 473 at 50.00, there is still over 700.00 of parts in there.

    I will pay shipping within the UK, but am not prepared to ship overseas, sorry.

    I would hope for 400.00

    Let me know what you think,

    Cheers, David

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    Default Rgb projector _ price reduction

    Reduced to 300.00, or make me an offer

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    Default Question

    What would be needed to make this work in The Netherlands? voltage etc.?
    And can u tell me what the shipping cost would be?

    Cheers,

    Ron

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    Hi Ron,
    Voltage etc is same as UK - 240V/50Hz

    Freight would be expensive due to the weight - at least 50.00 I would guess - but I may be wrong.

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    Now sold - Thanks

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    Just wanted to say thanks to Xntrix for such a great transaction. The items were packed very well and survived the trip without any hitch.

    If you every make a purchase from Xntrix you will not be disappointed.

    Once again, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haymaker View Post
    Just wanted to say thanks to Xntrix for such a great transaction. The items were packed very well and survived the trip without any hitch.

    If you every make a purchase from Xntrix you will not be disappointed.

    Once again, thanks.

    I will second that and raise you !

    Cheers

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