so for the past week (this week its been so hot) its been hot out like 80+ so you know what the means!?, hot girls and bike/(BMX) so i decided to chill with my friend today you know and do the usually stuff play air hockey etc so yeah that is about what today was did an lil “sight seeing” too while i was at it
well here the video see for your self
Step 1: Take Apart Your DVD Burner
First you’ll need a 16X DVD burner.
I’m using a LG that I had as a spare. Remove all the screws and take apart the case.
Remove the drawer to expose the carriage assembly. That’s where you will find the powerfull laser diod.
Step 2: Remove The Laser Diod
All DVD burners will have a set of rails that the laser assembly rides on.
After pulling out the assembly, start removing all the little screws to get to the laser diod. Be careful because the diod is a fragile electronic component.
Step 3: Disassemble An AixiZ Laser Housing
Then you’ll need to pick up an AixiZ laser housing.
You will have to disassemble it and also remove the laser that comes in the housing.
I used the back end of an exacto knife handle and gently tapped out the existing laser diod.
Step 4: Install The Laser Into The New Housing
Then you’re going to carefully install the DVD laser into the new laser housing. You’re almost done.
Step 5: Connect Up Your Laser Diod
All DVD laser diods use a similar configuration. Be sure to test your polarity using two AA batteries.
Then you’re going to solder two longer pins onto the positive and negative terminals onto laser diod.
Step 6: Add The Laser To The Mag Lite
Disassemble your Mag Lite, removing the ring, the inside reflector and of course, the bulb.
We’ll need to drill out the existing reflector so it sits around the laser housing.
Step 7: Test It For Yourself
Now put everything back together.
Load your two AA batteries,
And here are the test results.
Your new burning laser pointer easily lights a match and pops a balloon in an instant. That’s how you turn a mini-mag flashlight to a powerful burning laser pointer.
the video tut is found on http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-make-a-burning-laser-flashlight
im back and ready to attack
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