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Alone

Posted 10/13/2012 at 05:02 PM by hogpark7430

I stopped singing hello to myself , so that's good. Unfortunately when I was talking to myself I started answering myself in Shawn Connery's voice. Not good, but funny.
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Bonding rocks together

Posted 10/09/2012 at 01:55 PM by bravanc

[QUOTE=bravanc;20765471]i used the acrylic rod idea myself. i tried two ways one with the rod drilled into a paver base and expoxied and another with the rod drilled into base rock. I used JB water weld

here are my examples but the final designed is in the tank.[/QUOTE]
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Divorce sucks bad

Posted 10/07/2012 at 08:21 AM by bigevill1

The tank will be empty by the end of the day. Couldnt keep the tank.
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445nm Laser Project.

Posted 10/06/2012 at 09:42 PM by Giovanni

Video #4

Here is an example where the laser was focused so that the most narrow part of the beam was not far enough to reach the intended target. Moving the laser closer was not an option because of the aquarium glass.
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445nm Laser Project.

Posted 10/06/2012 at 09:42 PM by Giovanni

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Here you can see that the 445nm laser is reflecting of the aquarium glass and hitting the arm. The beam is jot focused and only a small percentage of the light is reflected. The end result is that it will not burn you. Your mileage may vary. The laser operator in this video was not aware the beam was hitting his arm. However, it would still be dangerous to your eyes. Always wear the appropriate googles!
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