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    Default LaserLabs CUBE RGB 5W

    Hello to all laserists!)
    I want to introduce to you new laser projectors from Russia - LaserLabs "CUBE". This is comparably powerful tiny projectors with IP66 protection and passive cooling made by our company:

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    On pictures with beam show there is only one CUBE RGB 5W, which illuminates 20 mirrors installed on moving heads.

    There is video from rave of our friend. Here two CUBEs RGB 5W installed at center (on corners one can see two chinese 5W RGBs):




    Also we made a brochure with description of our laser (in attached pdf)

    I would be pleased to hear your opinions
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    My immediate reaction is the case is much prettier than the output. But that may also very well be as a result of the filming. I'll be interested in hearing about this further. It's amazing the kinds of power that are getting condensed into such a small form factor these days.
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    The form-factor is attractive and small. Weatherproof is very cool as well. (The mention of it being hail-proof was kind of funny.)

    I agree with Brad that better pictures of beams would be helpful. Pricing is important as well.

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