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    Default cheap optical breadboards!

    Just thought I'd share what I just found.

    11"x12" plate: http://cgi.ebay.com/OPTICS-ROBOTICS-...QQcmdZViewItem

    11"x21" plate: http://cgi.ebay.com/LASER-DIODE-ROBO...QQcmdZViewItem

    (measurements are approximate)

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    Thumbs up

    Yea, I have been tempted by these for a while. The seller said he would ship bith for $12 I think. The holes are not tapped though. Still looks to be a good deal.
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    What a deal! I bought 2 of each...

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    hehe
    I took 5 big and 4 small ones

    Thanks fore the tip ajohnson30

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    Wow looks like they're gone now :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajohnson30 View Post
    Wow looks like they're gone now :/
    DAMN ya'll... I wanted a set... Guess I was sittin on the fence too long.

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    wanna trade your blue laser for 1 pcs broadboard!!
    hehe..kidding.

    You are to slow dude

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    Not to worry Aaron...

    Fred said that he's seen that seller list those very same breadboards several times. Evidently he's got a whole pile of them. You can either watch that sellers auctions and bid on the next lot, or E-mail the seller directly (through E-bay of course) and ask him about the availability of more breadboards.

    Adam

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    Geez and I just bought a 24x24 plate last week to make my own..

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    Well, your plate is a bit larger than the largest one the guy on E-bay has. (I think his largest is 20 x 24)

    Then too, the holes in the plates are not drilled on 1 inch centers... More like 5/8 inch centers or something. (Fred knows the exact dimentions; he's bought some of these before.)

    How much did you pay for your bare plate? (Just curious)

    Adam

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