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    That's it... my projector needs to take a short ride to Jacksonville... That is a nice tune up you're doing there.
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    I am really dissapointed in this. Bad enough he doesn't write code- now he is subbing out his projector for retrofit-
    go big or go home

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    I am very proud to say that his needed it WAY more than mine does... I don't have all the bells and... scram buttons he has though.

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    In all fairness, it's only been recently that I've needed the re-wire at all. If I had a little more time before SELEM, it would have been fine. (Or, alternately, if my Lasever Green hadn't blown up the instant I turned it on, I would have been OK as well!) As it was, I just *barely* got my projector working in time for SELEM. But yeah, now it will be much better.

    Actually, the changes to the optical table are rather mild. Basically he moved my green laser over so it's in-line with the others, and shrunk the size of the table for the blue laser to compensate. (I had originally made a large table for the blue, because I thought I might want to add a second one in there some day... Ha! Little did I know at the time that blue would *stay* expensive...)

    Paul: I saw that! Been reading up on past threads, have you?

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    LOL, actually, since you have joined ILDA- moving from hobbiest- to serious hobbiest/part time professional- you are now in fact allowed to sub out the small stuff like the pros do-

    my bad for forgetting that-

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    go big or go home

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    Quote Originally Posted by clandestiny View Post
    LOL, actually, since you have joined ILDA- moving from hobbyist- to serious hobbyist/part time professional- you are now in fact allowed to sub out the small stuff like the pros do-
    my bad for forgetting that- LOL
    Haha! Good point!

    Though I don't know about the part-time professional part. I think that's going to be a while yet. (Maybe quite a while! I don't have my variance yet, and I still need to get the HGM5 all spiffed up.)

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    what are the powers on those? i see you have 500mw of red but the rest is a mystery to me!

    i love how you have adjustable mounts on EVERYTHING!

    good work! and nice projector adam!
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    Looks great! I like my projector all compact and clean like that. Nice work!
    Adam

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