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    Default How to fix laser to stand?

    could you guys posts some pics on how you fix your laser to your stands?

    i have a pole stand and want to be able to adjust the angle of my laser.

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    Something like this, a 'C' arm - with it rotated as in the pic, it can hang from a truss, rotate it below the laser, and it can mount to a spigot on the top of a push up/ winch up stand..
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    Mine have rack-mount tabs so I can screw them to walls

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    i have thought about a c arm upside down, but my box is pretty heavy, being made of wood.

    but i just have a poll so i wanted something i can just drop onto the poll and be able to adjust height
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    my buddy has a set up that would work.
    no pics but he simply used a pipe fixture, cast aluminum flat plate with a receiving socket,and bolted it to a square of plywood and it sits right on top of his tripod(pole)stand.
    if you can find one with a set screw it will help.
    this way the laser is not hanging at all but resting flat on top of the plywood square.

    then something to hold it in place.
    my buddy uses a bungee but something more discrete could be employed.

    just a side note he used a junction box for an enclosure.
    i thought this was genius.
    ready made with a swing oped lid.
    the appeture is actually one of the "plugs" punched out.
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    could do with a simple pic mate, if you can get one
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    ok thanks ish LOL
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    Default something like this...

    http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...icial%26sa%3DG

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    yeah i see it

    just dont get how you make the angle adjustable?
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    oh i didn't get the adjustable part.
    just mount threaded adjustable feet on your box?

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