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Thread: Pondering Lumia Wheels, 3D Plastic & Torture Tubes - Another Round for Sale?

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    Laser Friends,

    I did some digging. Heres a YouTube video from DZ (posted years back) showing the effect of the lumia pattern glass that I use. All credits to David on this. I hope my posting this is ok. Thx David!

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ppkL6-QAnLQ

    Photos - 1) HeNe/Ar laser lumia, 2) 2 wheel, motor and mount

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    Thanks,
    Greg
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    Hey Greg! I have bought lumia wheels (2011) and lenticular gratings (2013) from you, and have enjoyed the quality effects they produce.

    I'd love to get my hands on some torture tubes and would certainly buy a few if you make more!
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    I'd be interested in a few also.


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    Hi Greg,

    I'm very much interested in buying torture tubes and lumia wheels, both alone and with mounted motors. I can't wait to build a few after seeing Lasing Nang Talung.

    If you could provide any insight in how the tubes or discs are made that would be fantastic. I have been visiting a commercial glass studio lately and have access to a variety of tools, kilns, and torches.

    Thanks,
    Brad

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    Default Lumia disks coming soon from MondoDyne Photonics

    I'm Mike Gould, the creator of Lasing Nang Talung; I am incredibly glad you found inspiration there.

    I am in the process of gearing up a small company that will sell Hereditary-style Wobbulators and lumia disks.
    I am creating these at the the photonics facility here at St. Wilfred's Lumentic Institute.
    I will have the website up shortly and will post that here.

    Shoot me a PM about torture tubes, I can probably get one to you.

    Thanks for watching...Mike
    Runs with Lasers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Displaser View Post
    Laser Friends,

    After a 4+ year hiatus, Im thinking about making another batch of lumia wheels, 3D plastic sheeting and torture tubes, all the same as before. Those that saw the last batches can attest to my quality and the nice effects I have been able to locate.

    Pricing will be affordable, as I never did these to make a bunch of coin. What really adds to the cost will be the slow rotation motors if anyone wants a complete 12vdc plug n play solution from me.

    Please let me know if there is still enough demand out there to warrant my setting my rig up again. Spares may be a good idea, as I prefer to work wth glass usually. Fragile, but the effects are sweet.

    By the way, you can cut tempered glass - if you have a glass saw. Im not using any tempered glass in my wheels, but it may be worth looking at this again, as I can cut it.

    Please let me know if you are interested. Ill post some anticipated prices soon.

    Thanks,
    Greg
    i have been away for a while but am accumulating lumia material put me down as interested

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    I loved the torture tubes and the interactions with the beam passing through both sides of the tubes. Then move the Y axis ever so slightly and the patterns would not repeat. Lower the voltage to a stop and then reverse it, and hear the occasional whispered wow from the audience.

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    Default Lumia at SELEM

    HI folks;

    I will be bringing my lumia rig to SELEM this year, along with Wobbulators, discs, T-tubes, and motors for sale.

    Hope to see you there!

    Be sure to check out the Wobbulator training video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLzEkeQGJaA

    ...Mike
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