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    Default cheap actuators on ebay (not mine)

    http://cgi.ebay.com/3-GSI-GVM734-Gal...QQcmdZViewItem

    Very similar to GM20's

    and at a great price too
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    i bid on these last time this ebayer listed them and when biding didn't go where he wanted he ended the auction early and canceled all bid 5 min before it was supposed to end



    Dear eBay Community Member,
    The bid that you entered for the item (140163781336) has been cancelled. You can view the reason provided for the cancellation by selecting the (bid history) link from the individual item page.

    Regards,
    eBay

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    Now that I'm back up and running (Thanks indeed Simon) can anyone point me towards a simple 'how to do' galvo setup for my next addon?

    I read 'somewhere' that model airplane servos can be lashed up as a cheapy.

    Thanks - Dave
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    I tried the Ultra High speed high torque ones I have for my Traxxix Revo. They work okay if you want to do graffics, but it would be cheaper to use DT40s.
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    Hi all,

    Just as a matter of interest One Stop Laser Shop (now here on PL) sell what they describe as a "Japanese clone" of the GM20 at $70.00 each. They have mounts and shutter arms (with or without mirrors ) available as options.
    I purchased three but haven't run them up yet..
    Apparently they are supposed to perform similar to the GM20 which is lot more expensive.

    Cheers

    Ray
    NZ

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    The GM20s are open loop correct?
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    Yes. They are............
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