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    Default Mobolazer ML-10 total rebuild

    Here are some pics of a mobolazer i rebuilt that was submerged in sandy the electronics were shot and replaced with what you see here the motors were rusted solid and were also replaced







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    Good Job. Who makes the DMX decoder and motor drivers?
    Eric in New Orleans

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    Are you using full reflectors on all the mirrors? Doesn't look like much if any is getting by.

    The Mobo's I've played with all have semi-silvered mirrors on the first 5 positions.

    Did you salvage the logic board and motors from a scrap mobo or...?

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    the dmx board is from
    http://lasershowparts.com/store/inde...d&productId=80

    the motor drivers were from ebay dont remember from who but they were cheap (like $5 each)

    in the video it may have cheap mirrors on actuators but they were replaced with better mirrors and 3 of them got 50/50's

    as for the motors those were trashed but i still have the motherboard somewhere

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    Heartbreaking though, as I'm sure the experience was, it's nice to see that it's being restored.

    That looks to be a Viasho head? Let's hope that's not the second heartbreak. Viasho just simply scares me a bit.

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    yea i did this rebuild last year before my summer shows and it worked perfect
    as far as this being a viasho it is but luckily it had problems a few weeks before sandy so it was out for repairs during the storm

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