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    Default My first homemade toy in action



    I took my first handmade laser projector to a party and this is the result

    Of course it is nothing compared to some of the pro stuff in this forum, but the fun was great anyway.

    (50mw green and 15kpps ecoscan kit with dmx-sound controller board from Lasershowparts)

    Scanners and fog juice Eurolite, fogger lite/fx

    My next task will be RGY (still TTL ) with flashback3 and laserworld galvos

    Edit: link fixed, sorry for the unconvenience
    Last edited by Pitopito; 09-17-2007 at 01:09. Reason: Link broken

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    no picture!!
    You don't have permission to...bla bla..

    Pangolin FB3 QS/LivePro/SMS2Laser
    Riya MultiBus
    Pangolin LD2000 Pro

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    Don't know whether it's just me, but the link doesn't want to work

    Anyway, congratulations on a successful project

    Cheers

    Jem

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    Sorry, link fixed

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    I got one 200mw 650nm TTL for sale OEM module, so you can use for youre RGY setup!
    Price 180usd + 50usd shipping worldwide

    Pangolin FB3 QS/LivePro/SMS2Laser
    Riya MultiBus
    Pangolin LD2000 Pro

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruch View Post
    I got one 200mw 650nm TTL for sale OEM module, so you can use for youre RGY setup!
    Price 180usd + 50usd shipping worldwide
    Your offer is very tempting, thank You, but I already have a TTL 650nm to play for a while, then I will go for analog.

    Meanwile, here are other pics of my toy:










    ....I originally placed the laser source at the opposite side, then I discover that all the drawings where wrongly twisted 90 deg. clockwise . This is the reason why the beam window is so stretched vertically. In the first case the lower mirror draws to the window, in the second case is the upper one, so I had to re-drill.

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    That's a real nice housing you got there. I see you have one of the aixiz like greenys. What scanners are those? Are you going to add the red into that enclosure?
    Love, peace, and grease,

    allthat... aka: aaron@pangolin

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    Wow. That's the same laser module and scanner set that I started with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allthatwhichis View Post
    That's a real nice housing you got there. I see you have one of the aixiz like greenys. What scanners are those? Are you going to add the red into that enclosure?
    Thank You
    The box was the biggest I found in a shop near my house. It is made in Italy by Teko:

    http://www.teko.it/Eng/ENCLOSURES/frame.htm

    As I sayed in my first post, the scanners and laser are two bids won on ebay (or, to be more precise, the 15kpps ecoscan and the 532nm 50mW from Dave/Aijii Lasershowparts). (Yes the laser looks identical)

    The analog board is not programmed to drive other than green, so I'm tempted to fit the little wonder from Pangolin. The second picture shows the concept to include a 650nm:




    I already have these new galvos from laserworld, but they couldn't fit the housing.






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