Comment on Copper Vapor Laser Update by JonC.

Copper Vapor Laser UpdateThank you for your positive comments, I have paused on this for a bit and am playing with FPV (First Person View) on model aircraft at the moment, but I will pick back up on this laser project. I find I need to take breaks and switch gears every so often. You’re right, the N2 lasers are ridiculously easy (once done) to put together and get running, and it’s a great feeling of satisfaction to do it as well! Thank you for your contributions!

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Cyonics / Uniphase SLT-30 Air-Cooled Argon Hi Arty,
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Co2 Laser Diagrams Not very long but it depends on the complexity of your system and how much experience you have with these kind of projects.

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High Voltage Capacitor Discharge Videos I have the tape somewhere but my mini-DV Camcorder died so I’ve not been able to pull the video from it :( I used to have it on the computer somewhere but lost it in the great ’03 hard drive …

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