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Thread: My RGB-Projector

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    Default My RGB-Projector

    Hi Guys!

    Here are the pics of my RGB Showlaser

    http://www.starburst-music.com/index_gallery.htm

    The newest gallery are the photos of my showlaser system.

    Lasers:
    Red: 2 x 100 mW Diode Laser
    Green: 100 mW CNI
    Blue: 80 mW Lasever

    Galvos:
    DT40Pro from Jian!

    DAC:
    Easylase USB

    Software:
    LDS Basic

    Safety:
    Safety "Magic" from www.laser-safety.de operating with a "Kuhnke" Beamshutter. (Shutter @ work: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qy43dURbTlY )

    Greeting
    Karl

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    Damn...nice pictures!! ;D

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    Looks good! DAMN those Dragons are nice!! How long have you been running them?
    CREATIVITY AT THE SPEED OF LIGHT!
    www.laser-ad.com

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    wow that is so nice pictures

    I like the ILD Frames you got there
    Feel fre to let me know if you want to share\trade any ild :roll:

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    NICE colors there!!!
    Love, peace, and grease,

    allthat... aka: aaron@pangolin

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    Thanks! 8)

    The green laser is to strong for a nice white. And it is to fat. So I will order a Lasever green one. Then it is perfect.

    Greeting
    Karl

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    I like the outside design of your laser projector - it looks similar to ours in that it is long, with a centred projection aperture.

    I think it is important for laser projectors to look mean, lean, and not big fat and clumsy.

    Keep up the good work mate, and welcome to teh forums!
    Now proudly stocking and offering the best deals on laser-wave

    www.lasershowparts.com
    http://stores.ebay.com.au/Lasershow-Parts

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    also - i've tried to contact Gento regarding his safety boards. Does he understand english ? Is there an english version of his board ?
    Now proudly stocking and offering the best deals on laser-wave

    www.lasershowparts.com
    http://stores.ebay.com.au/Lasershow-Parts

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    Hi!

    Gento isn`t so good in english! If somebody want, I can contact him.

    The safety is really good. It includes a power supply, the safety board and a Display. You can change all the settings in realtime over RS232. 2 Safety Zones. Safety time can be set from 2 ms to 20 ms I think! You can blank 8 lines + 1 output to connect a mechanic beamshutter like my one.

    My last laser was really fat. This time I tried to make it as small as possible (for RGB)! I like my small laser! ;-) I can take it everywhere!

    Best regards
    Karl

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    I won theese on ebay!
    Anyone who has this and can tell me how to wire them up?
    Lots of wires

    Thanks!
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails beamshutter.jpg  


    Pangolin FB3 QS/LivePro/SMS2Laser
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