My homemade 1.5 Watt handheld laser made from a ebay flashlight housing and a laser diode and driver.
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December 5, 2013 at 10:20 am
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Everybody must use goggles. Lasers like that can destroy your vision
and you would be just as brain damaged to point it into the sky
I have those same speakers
The laser diode fairy.
How to get that diode?
Some care, some don’t! Its important to appeal to every audience.
its a dsgfhsl at 3:41
i see spagetii
you are drawing cancer smoke into your lungs lol
Your drawing = Spaghetti Monster?
sexy! sell me one
what is the laser diode
check out my 1.5 watt dragonlasers&wicked lasers killer
I like the I don’t give a shit what you say button.
You’d have to be brain-damaged to ignore goggles at any point with this
laser. One stray reflection can blind instantly, that’s nearly two watts of
laser light focused to a spot a few microns across on your retina.
You can’t afford me :P. I have extremely limited machining capabilities,
and that heatsink took several tries and about 2 days to get right.
Could I get a part list and good diode on eBay so I can make my own and how
hard was it to make?
do you need the goggles even when your using it outside for pointing in the
The point is to be creative and work up your own design. Start looking at
laserpointerforums(dot)com You’ll need a lathe to make the heatsink, so I
suppose it would be pretty difficult without one.
what is the laser diode from exactly, like a model or somethi g,
Thanks For The Reply, Do All Casio Projectors Use the Same Kind Of Diode?
Oh Well I Might Just Do Some Experimentation. P.S. Sorry About The Weird
Typing And Stuff, Just Got A Tablet And Trying To Get Used To Typing.
dude would you sell me one i got paypal! or make a video how u made it? i
would def buy one off u tho if the price was right…being serious
Aw that’s not fair I love lasers btw I’m 20
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