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    Default Breathing new life into a Hurricane Sandy Refugee Laser Media LM10 clone beam table

    • HI All
    • Its been a while since I have posted on PL, my personal life has been pretty busy with not much time to put into my passion . I recently adopted a Laser Media LM10 clone Beamtable from VJ AIWAZ, it had been a victim of Sheeps Head Bay pouring into VJ AIWAZs Shop during Hurricane Sandy along with a lot if his other gear We cleaned it up got rid of the corroded stuff installed a solid state 4 watt RGB laser some new electronics and it lives again.
    • This is old school meets new school. What I have always liked about beam tables is the versatilty they offer, they can be beam hits one day and a lasarium style projector with lumia wheels and various other effects the next. I have two compact 4 watt RGB graphic projectors to take out when I dont feel like hauling this around but its always nice to have it when a crap load of laser effects are called for.




    • I currently have 8 positions operational will have all 10 shortly plus a scan head in the center with 30k scanners.
      Along with a Machado effect. This is still a work in progress but its getting there.

      M


      Video link of the beam table in action first test

      https://youtu.be/AtR6gTouRHk



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    Like +1
    Nice job on milling the new brackets.
    !

    Steve
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    very nice table!
    Will there be three phase!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mixedgas View Post
    Like +1
    Nice job on milling the new brackets.
    !

    Steve
    Thanks Steve Still would like a bigger mill so I can turn them out faster but for now it gets the job done. I plan on doing another run shortly if you need any let me know, Wish I had access to anodizing but flat black high heat engine enamel may need to do the trick for now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vidal Wolf View Post
    very nice table!
    Thanks Vidal Wolf Lots of real estate left to have fun with.
    I think I could squeeze another set of actuators on the back of the table with a 2nd 4watt laser could be a future add on.

    The DMX board is noisy due to the use of pulse width modulation ( you can hear it on the you tube video link I put up) the GM20s don't like 650hz very much so I am swapping it out for a 64 channel DMX TTL board that has the option to add analog control for motors and color control. That board will not go to waste I can use it for Led light control at Christmas its 30 channels and will be fine for that purpose.

    Working on the interlocks next with the Stan Wax board.

    Best
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