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    Here's a neat old laser pointer I think this group will especially appreciate. It's a 1996 Toko model TLP-200 laser pointer with a 635nm output of <2.5mW, and it includes a scanner. The two power buttons on it are for a circle and a line, and the thumbwheel on the side controls amplitude. The circle is shown in the second pic. It's an ellipse with major axis spread about 2 degrees. Gotta love the Japanese!
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    Very, very cool. Love it..

    ..but, wait, whaaa?? You mean it's not available in a 40 Watt Blue version???

    Thx fer the pic..
    j
    ....and armed only with his trusty 21 Zorgawatt KTiOPO4...

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    dsli_jon: you see, this pointer was assembled back in times when the function of such device was a pointer and not a balloon popper/match lighter

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    Quote Originally Posted by dzodzo View Post
    ...back in times when the function of such device was a pointer and not a balloon popper/match lighter..
    ..Or to scratch the itchings of those with a 'Napoleon complex'...
    ....and armed only with his trusty 21 Zorgawatt KTiOPO4...

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